the sticky is just cosmoline type preservative the rooskies use on those rifles.
to remove it put the stock in a black trash bag and put it in the sun to heat up. take it out and wipe down every few hours if you want to really get a bunch of it out.
i just dampen a rag with hoppes #9 and wipe it down. the hoppes will cut the cosmo and leave the shellac alone. however it will continue to seep out of the wood over time and may become sticky again. just repeat the wipe down. just be sure to wipe with a clean cloth after the hoppes is done. you dont want to leave it wet with solvent.
either way works.
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