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I’m sure it’s been answered many times before but I couldn’t really find a definitive answer. 

I have recently bought a b rizzini which has a lovely stock and nice finish which I believe is a synthetic oil they leave the wood submerged in for a couple of days. 

How should I go about maintaining this sort of finish. Is boiled linseed oil the way to go? Or should I use a synthetic oil like they used originally? The stock is well finished but you can see a tiny bit of the grain is not quite filled. 

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If you go to the `Craft & DIY Section` third item down, Dunkield has written (with photos) a good explanation of finishing a stock and forend.

Hope that helps.


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