We’ll mostly anyways. I wish I had done a before and after, this stock had cracks and finish that had turned white, the recoil pad was hanging half off. Decided to rework it for a duck hunting stock. Put a grind to fit limbsaver recoil pad on it (which does wonders for perceived recoil) the stock was loose so I drilled out the old tang hole and filled it with an oak dowel, then redrilled the hole with a drill press and a jig I made for positioning holes at odd angles. Them fitted the stock nice and tight and forces glue into a couple cracks that were just forming. I test fired it yesterday with about 100 rounds at clays. Also fired some very heavy loads out of it to try to induce cracking, none found. My issue now is the forearm compression that has left the barrel slightly proud. Hoping to find shims to adjust it. Guess I could grind down a steel brake ring to size, can’t believe nobody sells shims for this issue though.