Hey, a while back I purchased a very sad M94 in .30-30 WCF from my local pawnshop. It wouldn't feed into the magazine, so they let it go pretty cheap. It also had some extensive damage at the shoulder-end of the stock.
After a disassembly and cleaning I discovered that the feed-cover screw had come loose, allowing the feed cover to come way out of position. 30 seconds and a screwdriver later all was good, except for how it looked. It's original finish was completely gone in most places, and there was extensive pitting corrosion along the barrel. With the condition of the metal and wood it was clear to me that I had a grizzled veteran that deserved some TLC.
Anyways, I had a local old-school gunsmith refinish it, and I refinished the stock. All I could find for some replacement hardwood didn't match in any way, but I cut 1" off the stock, then glued 1" back on and filed/sanded until the lines matched. Then I used teak oil for a few weeks. It became obvious that the new wood would never match, so I started looking on EBay and found a guy who makes stock wraps for Marlins. I messaged him, and he agreed to make one up for this old veteran. I included some photos and welcome all comments!