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Old 10-26-2017, 06:33 PM
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Finished product I case anyone was curious.



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Lots good Wildcat. Won't the iPhone take closer wood pix?
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I have used this method for many years. Once the top coat of finish is removed and lightly sanded place the stock in a plastic bag, one of those umbrella bags would be ideal, and crush up some charcoal briquets and place them in the bag with the stock. Let it see in the sealed bag for 3 to 4 days and check to see if the smell has gone away, if not replace the charcoal and repeat. Charcoal has a great ability to absorb odors.
Yep, yep, yep. Charcoal does an unbelievable job of removing strong odors. It gets saturated and needs replacing until the odor is gone.
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Lots good Wildcat. Won't the iPhone take closer wood pix?


Iíll take some later tonight


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Removing smoke smell from a stock

Here are some pics closer up. It was dark after I got home and could take some pictures so I had to do it in the basement.




Here is the where someone had mounted a bipod. I was able to get most of it out and it not show.



Here is the to deep gouges I showed earlier. I was going to have to sand way to much to remove them. So I took some clear gorilla glue, which is supposed to be stainable, and some of the dust from sanding and made some filler. After I let it dry, I sanded it down smooth. I would rather have two little darker spots than two holes.





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