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Birchwood Casey® Tru-Oil® Gun Stock Finish

   

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  • $10.99

  • SKU: 277061

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  • Unique blend of linseed and natural oils
  • Forms a tough, clear, hard finish that protects and enhances
  • Excellent as a sealer for under butt plates
There is no better oil finish! Tru-Oil Gun Stock Finish is the professional’s choice for gunstock (or furniture) finishing for more than 30 years. Its unique blend of linseed and natural oils dries fast and will not cloud, yellow or crack with age and resists water damage. Tru-Oil Gun Stock Finish penetrates deeply and forms a tough, clear, hard finish that protects and enhances the beauty of fine woods. For a hand rubbed, satin luster, simply buff with steel wool and rubbing compound or use Stock Sheen & Conditioner. Excellent as a sealer for under butt plates, recoil pads and in inletted actions to prevent stock damage.
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Birchwood-Casey tru oil I just used this oil to refinish my Grandfather's Sears and Roebuck shotgun made in the 50's. Lemme tell ya, it made it look like new. First, I removed what varnish was left on the stock with varnish remover, washed it off, sanded it with 220 and then 400 grit paper, wiped it off, and applied the oil. I put on 4 coats of it, buffing with steel wool after each (except for the last one). This stuff made that 60 year old walnut look just as good as a high dollar rifle. February 18, 2013
Excellent Product Excellent product, I have used it for about 20 years and have had very, very good results with it. It takes at least 5/6 coats to give a real good finish, light sanding or steel wool between coats. January 9, 2009
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