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So here is the deal. I got my first HK clone last week, a PTR91 kfm4 with the m4 type stock. Really I don't like the stock that much but I wanted the tri rails and heavy bull barrel. Really I wanted a fluted barrel but my wife was with holding the cash on me. Something about its fluted for looks only. Ok, whatever lady! Anyways I am trying to make this rifle the nicest in my collection right now. So I started looking at the clone pic thread and noticed a lot of people have the wood stocks. So I ordered a surplus wood stock and was planing on refinishing it and replacing that telescoping tapco thing on there. What I want to know is how did everyone get their wood stocks looking so good. Some of the stocks look brand new practically and I think they look classic and to be honest this rifle was bought with the intent of slaying a few boar. I learned the hard way that an AR in .223 just isn't enough. Thats why god invent the HK 91 in .308. So what products are out there to give that old wood stock the classic look?
 

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The wood furniture sets I've seen are for the 18" barrelled rifles. You have a K which I believe has a 16" barrel.
You are right I have a 16inch barrel but I only need the grip and but stock. I want to keep the tri rails I have on it. What about striping and sanding down the stock?
 

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Ok, I understand. As for me, I'd like to find wood forearms that fit the 16-inch barreled rifles.

For refinishing check out Tru-Oil. Ive not used it but it looks easy.
 
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