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 Post subject: Savage Arms Model 120
PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2015 1:54 pm 
Mil-Surp Shooter
Mil-Surp Shooter

Joined: Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:30 pm
Posts: 130
Location: Kankakee IL.
Age: 58
I have a little time and thought I would do a post on on my Savage Arms 120 series A .When I bought this rifle from my brother it was in rough shape ! lots of surface rust , some light pitting and the scock was stained and varnished ( peeeling and flaking ) . I bead blasted the barrel and metal parts and cold blued all parts . the stock was sanded to bare wood , stained with a light colar stain and several light coats of varithane . The varithane was applied in several thin coats and cut with the finest steel wool I could find ( ooooo I think ). I am very pleased with the outcome , this 22 is my go to arm for any first time shooters I am training . Its also a lot of fun to plink with ! I had no idea that the stock had the tiger striped grane until after the first coat of stain . As I applied the clear coat it just got better and better ! The Old Army Guy , AKA schmedly , AS ALWAYS HEAD UP EYES OUT AND (FIRST POINT OF CONTACT ) IN THE GRASS

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