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No worries..

I have tried Birchwood Casey other times with dismal results. But I think it was all me and not the wood:eek:. This time I took my time staining, and made sure it was on evenly. I diluted the stain 50/50 with water first, but was light and soaked right into the wood. I let it dry and stained with about a 70/30 mixture. It went on better. I let it dry and stained one more time. I lightly sanded again, wiped off with slightly dampened cloth and let dry. Five coats of tru-oil. Let each coat dry thouroughly, and lightly sanded between the coats.

Ithacabuff I don't think your stock looks bad at all.
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