Reminton Md. 510 Target Master S.S. bolt
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Old 01-02-2011, 11:26 AM   #1
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Default Reminton Md. 510 Target Master S.S. bolt

Does someone have information other than sending me to google search, I've read those, I want to hear from you folks, we're the experts, .


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Old 01-02-2011, 12:49 PM   #2
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Paul- my crystal ball is in shop for calibration and oil change- what did you want to know?
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Crystal ball..hehe, yeah, guess a little help from me might "help". well, it's in good condition, no rust/pitting and no major dents/dings in stock. What I want to know is, the general opinion on restoration of it, if any. I thought of redoing stock, just sand/strip and use good finishing oil. The metal, it's only light in places, finish is 80%. Should it be reblued? I just am not sure what is the way to go. I'm ok with older gun looking older, when it's in good shape, but why not make it look new. Considering the same things over a Remington 11-48, 20ga, a Mossberg 152, a couple other oldie but goodies(?).
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