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  1. DIY Projects and Builds
    Interesting observation (in case you ever need to remove bluing): I was using an old joint compound blade to spread Titbond wood glue on a project. The blade is at least 18 years old, and is blue - I assume this is blued finish to keep it from rusting. I am also assuming it is similar to the...
  2. Open Firearm Discussions
    Picked this Star up at LIAmmo (thanks again guys) Interesting little gun but heavy as heck, Anyway am thinking of rebluing it. I like the way it looked on line, Black. Question: since I'm going black would I really have to take the old bluing off first. I did some bluing many many moons ago that...
  3. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    What's the story on cold bluing? I've got a Smith and Wesson 3904 that shows a bunch of wear and I was thinking of having it cerakoted. But it's not really in such bad shape that I think it needs to have that done; and I have no problem with it showing honest wear....battle scars if you will...
  4. Open Firearm Discussions
    I have an old model 94 30-30 and I'm looking to get some work done to it (I already ran the serial and there is nothing that would make me want to keep it in its original state). I did some work myself to get it back into working order, but I'd like to get the receiver dipped in brass and the...
  5. Pump [Shotguns]
    I started hunting with a 12 ga Remington 870 Wingmaster pump back in the early 80's. It served me well for many years, but was retired several years ago as it's pretty beat up after 30 years in the field. With the arrival of my son, I would like to restore that gun so he can hunt with it...
  6. Rifles
    I have a 91/30 that Im looking to have completely re blued and made nice nice for my Archangel stock that should be shipping soon. Im anal and I want it to be pretty. With that being said anyone know any stores that do it professionally?
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