Here's an early A grade Fox with multiple issues. Much internal rust, inop safety, inletting that had been "fixed" and checkered stock cheeks (no doubt courtesy of the same farrier that fixed the inletting) and a few dents in the wood. I had to make a couple of screws and pins as well as a cocking slide spring and install a Silver's #3 pad to replace the beat-up whatever-it-was that was on there. All pretty run-of-the-mill stuff. The cheek repair is the interesting part of the job and the reason it's up here. There isn't much to show beyond the before and after photos.
The stock, before:
The stock, after:
All of the wood is flush with, or proud of, the metal and the flat-topped checkering is correct for an A grade. There is no faux "graining", painting or any other superficial grain matching technique used. What you see goes all the way through.