Well i picked up a Browning (belgium made) T Bolt for 20 bucks. Never fired. Bolt still sealed in the bag, got the box and all. Gun is rusted to hell. I knew a about the salts stock on the Auto 5's and superposed but never knew it applied to the T bolt. Any area of this gun in direct contact with this stock is rusted big time. Bore is perfect, trigger group works fine, barrel past the stock is fine. Over all the action is recoverable, it wont be as pretty as it should be but it would be a great starting gun for the kids. So my question is this. Is there a way to deal with the salt stocks? Seems that most of the concensus is to trash the stock and get a aftermarket but i want to see if anyone has heard of any remedies for this. Just a side note for people that don't know. A salt stock is referring to a time when browning was trying to up production and decided to dry their stock material in salt mines to speed the drying. Well the moisture in the wood absorbed the salt and after being assembed to a blued action a few years later, the actions rusted. Ill post pictures, this one is quite sad also bc it spend years in a old damp musty basement. The box has mold in it. I may take it over to the Browning facility in Arnold MO. I know a few people over there that might want to reminis about the time when Browning got greedy.