Fairtrimmer's Military oX
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538 Posts
Posted - 02/05/2008 :  21:27:42       
Last month I posted a request for junk gun stocks to experiment repair and finishes on. While discussing Fairtrimmers with Frank he
offered to refinish a stock for me so I sent him one of the stocks a CMP forum member sent me as junk. One man's junk is another
man's treasure, one of the stocks sent me as junk was a keeper in my opinion, so off it and new hand guards went to Frank. All I can
say is WOW! Frank took an old dirty almost black stock and turned it into a real keeper and was able to match the two hand guards
so the three pieces match perfectly. Fairtrimmers Gun Stock Oil turned a junk stock into a very nice battle rifle correct stock.
Thank you Frank,
something nice to follow, watch the mail!

Road King Riders
NRA Member Again

And another from an accomplished USGI surplus rebuilder, refinisher and


1777 Posts
Posted - 02/09/2008 :  17:48:39       

Guys, I just tried the stuff this week and I have had great results. It has been everything promised and I highly recommend.

The Good- I ran a little test on the stuff that BLO always fails. I finished a wood set, let it dry two days and then BAKED it at 120 for
three hours! Nothing oozed out! This is the one area that BLO and Tung seem to fall short in. The finish also looks very BLO and I'm
as happy as a clam. The stuff also lets you handle the furniture in one hour after application. Can't say enough good and it's all I'll
use from now on.

Now, if I could only get it in gallons LOL.

Free people are not equal and equal people are not free.

Tim Shufflin's great work in
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630 Posts
Posted - 02/10/2008 :  12:47:22       

I bought a can last month and I have used it on two new CMP stocks and it is the best stuff I have use yet. It gives the appearance of
a stock finished with BLO, but much, much faster and better results.
Great product, I love it. Thanks

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Date:  Sunday, February 17, 2008 6:54 AM  
From:  wcajunbill@aol.com   
To:  militaryox01@suddenlink.net   
Subject:  Re: Shipment Notification  
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FrankThis stuff is great!!I finished a new walnut CMP stock and put it on a SAgarand. I am new to the M1, but have several new
buddies that are experts. Took mine to enn gun show and put it beside several other M1's on a table. Everyone picked up mine, and
carresed the finish. What kind of deal can we make for a case of each size, and I will peddle at a few shows with the Garand
guys!!-Bill Harris

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46 Posts
Posted - 02/21/2008 :  20:02:48       

use fairtrimmers military ox this stuff is fantastic gives the proper color in no time at all. not days and it does not bleed out of the wood
when it gets hot. (i live in south florida so i know what hot is). also you do not have to use a whole lot to finish your stock it goes a
long way. i did my garand on a saturday and i could have went to the rifle range sunday. also frank the guy who sells it is a great guy
and is a garand enthusiate like us.

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10 Posts
Posted - 02/23/2008 :  20:39:12           

I just finished using the Military oX on the stock of my SG Springfield I just got...all I can say is WOW!!! I followed the instructions
included, and I couldn't be happier! The color is just beautiful! The product is very easy to use, hell, I did the whole job in my hotel
room! I'll try to get some pics up soon, but I don't think I will be able to do it justice.
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Special Slideshow (6):  A demonsration of the
results with Military oX stock oil on a differing selection of
rifles, wood species, and finished textures.  Fairtrimmer's
Military oX always adds up to a plus for gunwood!
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