Hi guys. I took on my first stock refinishing job last week. It's a walnut stock on a Rem 700. Instead of stripping i sanded the whole thing, turned out looking very nice. The original finish had completely warn off of the checkering so that made it easy. I bought a pint of semi-gloss Minwax Helmsman polyurethane to coat it with and also bought a spray can of the exact same stuff. I used the spray can for the checkering and used a small foam brush for applying to the rest of the stock. I applied about 3 coats sanding with 220 in between to get good adhesion. I wasn't happy with the finish so a sanded lightly again and sprayed the whole thing this time- man I should have done that to begin with, looked much nicer and smoother. I noticed now with about 4-5 really good coats on this thing it looks pretty good but it has a slightly rough feel to it and I would like to be able to remove the slight roughness but not lose the shine that I have. What would you recommend at this stage for a finishing polish up that will smooth it out and really shine things up? Really fine wet sand then automotive polish? Appreciate your experienced opinions.