This one came in for the repair of a dent in the right barrel, to have the chokes adjusted and replacement of a missing ebony and ivory inlay in the stock. Since looking at photos of the first two procedures would be pretty boring, I only documented the replacement of the inlay.
Here is a photo of the stock, as it came in.
I cleaned the old glue from the pocket and then deepened it overall in order to give the glue joint a bit more purchase on the new inlay.
You're probably wondering about that chunk of beef bone, I'll explain. That is what I use in place of ivory because I don't use actual ivory for any application. The beef bone is a waste product and the ends of the femur are big enough to get just about anything short of pistol grips from. It machines, polishes, smells, looks and is indistinguishable from actual ivory. If you think that you can tell the difference, you're quite incorrect.
The finished job,
Here are some photos of a chunk of bone that I used to make the "ivory" portion of the inlay. As I said, it works exactly like ivory in every way, including the smell and the ability to take a mirror polish. There are quite a lot of beads in that piece alone.