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Old 01-29-2013, 06:45 AM   #11
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Rusty- will depend on where you live. Gulf Coast? Humidity control would help a lot. Colorado? Hmmm. Humidity today is 10%. Not so important.
Ok cool I'm just paranoid don't want anything getting any rust lol


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Rusty :
Break-Free CLP won the test on www.thegunzone.com for rust resistance . Ezox came close .

They say you should clean and wipe down an unused gun every 3 months but I never do .

One guy kept his guns in a dehumidified safe for years ( 10 or so ) without touching them . The Birchwood Casey Sheath oil he used eventually gummed up but no significant rust occurred .

The important thing is to try to coat all metal surfaces with a light coating of oil such as BreakFree . Gun grease may be better but is a mess to remove .

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