I recently picked up a nice li'l Brno model 1 .22 rifle for a reasonable price, and although the metal is fine and the bore is immaculate (the thing shoots like a laser beam), the stock is in atrocious condition. it looks like someone used what was once a nice piece of walnut with an elegant schnabel forend tip, as a cricket bat. Numerous small dings, a hairline crack at the forend tip, and pretty much no finish left on the wood. Anyone want to walk a relatively complete newbie through fixing her up? I have some experience at woodworking, but I'm a bit intimidated to take on a gunstock.