Browning saltwood stocks
Does anyone have a system for salvaging the Browning stocks that have salt in them? Over the years I have tried sealing the surface of these stocks with every kind of finish I could think of, but nothing has been successful. Salt always gets out somewhere and attacks the metal. Has anyone tried soaking them, steaming them , or ???? The ones that I know of that were sent back to Browning did the same thing shortly after they were returned, so Browning apparently didn't know how to stop it either. I don't know how many of them are left out there, but I have one that I just can't give up on.
Don't know why I haven't thought to ask sooner.
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