Well, for those of you helping me in my "touching up wood stocks" thread, you asked for final pics, but i figured you wouldn't look at the old post. For new viewers, here is the old post when i fist got the rifle (only like a week ago) and some initial pics: https://www.gunandgame.com/forums/general-rifle/51772-touching-up-wood-stocks.html The process was as follows: Wet rag with iron to remove some denting and such. Seemed to work OK. I then let it dry for a day, sanded it very lighty with 400wet/dry, and put on the first coat of tru oil w/a lint free cloth. I let that dry over night, and then very lightly sanded that coat. After vacuuming and making sure all the sanding residue was off the stock, I put on another layer of tru oil, lint free cloth again. Over the next few days i repeated this process two more times before rubbing in the final coat with my fingers. The pictures really don't do it justice, but tell me what you think anyway. It looks much much better than it did. For a first time job, I'm quite pleased.