So i'm not sure how old this shotgun is but i'm thinking like 40/50/60's. Its a Sevens 12 Gauge 2 3/4 inch chamber. Thought i would post it up here and see if i did a decent job or just completely missed the mark.. Sorry i dont have any before pictures, we had been drinking a little and thought it would be a good idea to refinish my cousins shotgun. ^Stained after sanding ^Stained after sanding ^1st clear ^1st clear ^Different shot still 1st clear. ^Took a wire wheel to the action. ^Action cleaned up ^After some sanding and a 2nd coat of sealer. ^Other side ^Stock shines a little better ^All finished, sitting in the sun to bake on the metal clear i used. Oh I also brushed the barrel but it was really shiny so i rubbed it down with my hands to get a tarnished look in it before i sprayed it with clear. Apparently the trigger guard is made of aluminum so the clear i used had some kind of reaction to it and turned some of the clear to a milky sand color, so i cleaned it back up and used the wood sealer on it. Let me know what you guys think.