Hello all, I ordered a Great American Gunstock walnut stock for a sporter barrel long action remington. Mr. Pohl sent me the stock, "fancy," grade for $150. He reported it had been left over from the fire they had. The wood has nice figure and I am pleased with its appearance. However, I was a little suprised at the amount of sanding the stock would need. It looks like a roving drill bit was used to give the stock its shape. It has small dips/chatter marks externally. They are sanding out nicely, but it is taking time. I am not upset, as I think it would be a nice project. I think it is a fair price with the quality of the wood. Any tips or has anyone been through this before?