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These processes are not used commercially today because of the amount of time involved. Spend 15 or 20 minutes killing others and gathering a fair bit of loot. Jump to: Coat the gun parts with oil.

A kid will remember that long box under the tree forever. Mon Mar 15, 5: It's a close ranged weapon. Now I see copper color in certain spots. There are some types of older guns that tend not to bring much money as guns go.

To go with her new colouring, a new stock was bought from Remington, along with a new sight-bead. We process tens of thousands of these parts. This article has also been viewed 99, times. What am I doing wrong?

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Going back over missed areas can actually remove previous color, so avoid doing that. Pictures of a newly restored shotgun in one article and then the detailed steps it took to restore it in the next.

Wipe the parts down with nail polish remover to remove dust and any grease, and repeat the AcidSolution-Rust-Boil-Card cycle. Crying little pansy snowflakes. White vinegar, which contains acetic acid. Fortnite [Blue]. I have a Winchester mod 91 gauge over-under shotgun. I have tried to Hot Blue my Benelli shotgun twice so far without success. Sorry for not getting back sooner.

I would be willing to bet that your gun is one of the D series guns and has a much higher nickel content due to the inconsistencies in steel runs. I cleaned it all up and polished it with a Dremel. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.

I just got done doing a slow rust bluing of remington shotgun this weekend its model the only problem i had was the ring on the barrel that slips over the magazine tube never really took any color even after 8 cycles.

Apply the bluing solution. Cover the top with a towel or aluminum foil and steam for 10 minutes.

Seven layers should be enough, in most cases, to achieve a dark blue-black finish. Any more and you risk the rust going too deep into the metal.

The finish came up a very even, deep black. Often, a first layer is applied as a primer before coating the parts a second time and then placing them in the damp cabinet. It's not possible to diagnose a finishing problem or the hazards of an operation via these pages. Then card with steel wool, degreased in naptha or acetone. There are two systems commonly used. You can even coat the inside of the bore with it. This stores period could be a couple of days to a couple of weeks.

Once processed, they are sent to stores until required.