The place I had mine done varies according to what you're having done. My crossbow (just the stock and quiver) cost me $100.00. It cost that much because the Horton Explorer has depressions in the stock that require double dipping. It might cost less (or more) with other models.
A typical gun only costs 85.00. if only the stock is done. I had my whole 29 guage shotgun done from muzzle to recoil pad and it cost me 150.00.
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