MemberJanuary 11, 2017 at 4:56 am1 Bullseye
Larry, Thanks for the info and reply and your point of having to redo an entire stock is duely noted. I was just experimenting when I stripped and finished the first Remington BDL that had the heavy shiny laquer coat. The tung oil finish as you know dries hard as a brick, so I thought a satin laquer finish might work good. So far it has held up, and no bubbles or chips have shown up yet. Also I've done 4-5 more Rem. BDLs without issues, and have fixed the bubbling chipping issues the CDLs are notorious for on the forend tip and grip caps.