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  1. Hi Everybody. Im hoping that someone could help me with a what I believe to be damp in the stock of my AYA Yeoman. What started out to be my first and supposedly simple re finish job turned into a bit of a nightmare. I believe it to be damp or some sort of mold. It goes right through the wood and can be seen from the inside when the but plate is removed. And only on the one side I have searched the Internet but can’t seem to find anything that relates. I did try some oxalic acid and soaked it for a couple of hours thinking it would lift it but It didn’t touch it. It did lift other stains form around the action but nothing on the this black stain. I even tried some bleach but again didn’t touch it. It also seems to be getting worse the longer it’s left un protected and in places it wasn’t in before. If someone could help a fellow gun lover out it would be much appreciated.
  2. Hello! After a few months of using a friends SBS hammer gun (!) for sporting clays, I finally took the plunge and bought a Beretta 682 Gold Sporting with 30" barrels. Very pleased with it. Already in two months I've visited four different clay grounds with it, frequenting two that are local (Park Farm and Riverside shooting ground). I'm going to book some more tuition soon and reap the benefits. I recently bought a gun care kit which contained both gun oil and gun grease. Could someone clarify which do I use where? I have been putting grease on the chokes, hinges, the receiver end of the barrel, and on the ejectors. I'm aware that I should avoid oil on the wood, and have been cleaning the barrels inside and out with Napier vp90. Thanks!
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