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Old 02-12-2013, 08:00 PM   #131
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What I mean is why do u need to be a member of a gun club ? Different country?
I live on the peninsula of Virginia. There's just nowhere around here to shoot it except for the gun clubs
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I live on the peninsula of Virginia. There's just nowhere around here to shoot it except for the gun clubs
Oh, I see. I guess I'm just too used to living in the middle of nowhere haha!
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What could I use to take the laminate off my mosin stock? What would it do and what would it look like? Just a random thought

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What could I use to take the laminate off my mosin stock? What would it do and what would it look like? Just a random thought
Laminate is what was used for stocks, not a finish. A laminate stock is basicly similar to plywood. Layers bonded together. This is a Finn 91/30, 1938 captured in the Winter war. 3rd from right.

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Laminate is what was used for stocks, not a finish. A laminate stock is basicly similar to plywood. Layers bonded together. This is a Finn 91/30, 1938 captured in the Winter war. 3rd from right.
Ok thanks, I thought it was kinda like a finish
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It is a Finnish, but not a finish.

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Its all your guys fault!!! This doesnt look like a Garand!!!

Got another Finnish Mosin today... a Tikka M28 .. I guess Im one of those silly Mosin people now... Geeze...

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Ok thanks, I thought it was kinda like a finish
Your rifle is most likely finished in red shellac. Denatured alcohol should remove it leaving a bare, slightly dried out wooden stock. A laminate stock is made by layering multiple pieces of wood and glueing it all together as opposed to a solid stock that is milled from a single piece of wood.
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Got another Finnish Mosin today... a Tikka M28 .. I guess Im one of those silly Mosin people now... Geeze...
Do not resist. As an initiation ritual you must spend 5 hours cleaning a Mosin Nagant oil bottle. If you are a true Mosin Enthusiast you will then go on ebay and buy more oil bottles. Once you have spent over $10,000 on your collection of Mosin Nagant oil bottles you may rest. Once you have done that you will be a true Mosin Nagant enthusiast. ...........hahahaha..............I'm not joking :-I..........
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Your rifle is most likely finished in red shellac. Denatured alcohol should remove it leaving a bare, slightly dried out wooden stock. A laminate stock is made by layering multiple pieces of wood and glueing it all together as opposed to a solid stock that is milled from a single piece of wood.


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So it's a shellac? So if I strip it, it'll look like it did before refurbishment?
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