I am looking to restore my Russian sks and I herd that sanding a stock will ruin the value of my war gun. Is that true? And if so what do I do?
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You can try Citristrip. Not sure I spelled that correctly. Once you get it down to bare wood what are you going to do with it?
Honestly, I would leave it alone.
Sarco sells SKS stocks for $20 if you want to change the look, i bought one about 2 weeks ago, they look brand new but may require minor fitting.
Mine was spike cut.http://www.e-sarcoinc.com/sksstockwoodwmetal.aspx
I wouldn't do anything to it.