This is a Win mod 12 that my cousin inherited from his dad. He is a 3rd Generation Machinist with his own shop and has made Breech plugs for me. This is payback, good ole barter system. This shotgun was definitely well used and somewhat abused. Good thing is that the bore must have been cleaned and oiled well as it was bright and shiny. The Restoration was mostly the wood as it had really no finish left. The Pad was replaced at one time and not ground too bad but who ever did it did not round it off as well as it could be. The forend had a split that ran about 6" up the length and would not have taken much effort to pull the narrow part off. You can sort of see it in one pic, right side about 1 inch or so down. It looked like it stood on its pad in water but he said no, but was hunted a lot in rainy/snowy weather and probably not dried off good. Not sure what caused the stain but it looked like water to me. It was not oil as I tried removing it with acetone and that will usually suck the oil out of the wood. The acetone did not touch that staining but sanding removed it. It deteriorated the screw holes for the pad so that had to be repaired too. Hopefully it will meet his expectations. Before, And The After Pics Cracked no more Ground the pad to fit better.