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    Quote Originally Posted by rr53 View Post
    This is my .38/.357 rifle given to me by my best friend a month before he passed away. It kicks like a mule, accurate as hell and I will pass it on to my Grandson when I'm ashes in the Gulf.

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    How bout some advice.
    I have my old Harrison and Richardson 410 single shot, its pitted and showing rust, whats the best way to save it? having it sanded and re-blued would be costly and more than its worth. for sentimental reasons ( my father gave it to me, and it was my first gun 30 plus years ago), I would like to pass it down, it doesn't need to be perfect just not rusty.
    what do you suggest? is the aerosol bluing paint any good?

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrC. View Post
    How bout some advice.
    I have my old Harrison and Richardson 410 single shot, its pitted and showing rust, whats the best way to save it? having it sanded and re-blued would be costly and more than its worth. for sentimental reasons ( my father gave it to me, and it was my first gun 30 plus years ago), I would like to pass it down, it doesn't need to be perfect just not rusty.
    what do you suggest? is the aerosol bluing paint any good?

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrC. View Post
    How bout some advice.
    I have my old Harrison and Richardson 410 single shot, its pitted and showing rust, whats the best way to save it? having it sanded and re-blued would be costly and more than its worth. for sentimental reasons ( my father gave it to me, and it was my first gun 30 plus years ago), I would like to pass it down, it doesn't need to be perfect just not rusty.
    what do you suggest? is the aerosol bluing paint any good?

    thanks
    MrC.
    Remove rust with 000 steel wool and oil. Keep oiled. Enjoy?
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    1949 Remington Model 48 restoration

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    Not bad for a Marine...
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    1956 Winchester M1897 Resto

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    I like that fade on the grip. It makes it look old and brand new at the same time.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 0utlaw View Post
    I like that fade on the grip. It makes it look old and brand new at the same time.
    I wish it were intentional, that stock is so soaked in 60 years of oil that's sponged into the wrist, you'd have to bag it in Oil Dri for a year to make a dent in it.

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