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I read on Shotgunworld that some guys were using Meguiar's scratch x wax on their stocks. I was kinda skeptical, but I thought I'd give it a try on a Henry Golden Boy that I just bought. The Henry has such a nice shiny polished brass receiver, but the stock did not even reflect a little light. It is a nice stock, but it was so matte and lacked any luster. I used the Scratch X and MAN DOES IT SHINE NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!
take a look, see for yourself-
I'm shocked at the difference it made.
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it looks very nice, also looks like you got some pretty decent wood on the gun, Ive been looking at them but all Im finding are straight grain guns, which I don't want
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