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My Dad just gave me a 1965 336. (I know, pictures! I'm working on that.) The bluing is pretty good, but the walnut stock feels dry. It has nice color and no dings, so I'm not sure I necessarily want to refinish it, I just don't want it to dry out and crack. Any advice?

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Get some Howards feed & wax from Walmart. It's orange oil with beeswax and carnuba wax. It feeds the wood and leaves a nice shine.

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Gregorius said:
Get some Howards feed & wax from Walmart. It's orange oil with beeswax and carnuba wax. It feeds the wood and leaves a nice shine.

Greg
I agree. Start with wax and see how it works out. I'm a big fan of Birchwood Casey's Gun and Stock wax but there are a number of options.
 
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