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Old 09-01-2013, 07:17 PM   #11
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There's no real substitute for keeping an eye on your guns.

Granted, Stainless Steel and Nickel Plating helps, but it's

all still steel underneath.

Wax, Barricade, CLP, Mobil1, take your pick, but they all

need assistance from TLC, and elbow grease.
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It could be a trace acid either in the felt you used or the glue itself. This would rust the barrel where it touched only. My suggestion is cut a piece of plastic plank and replace the wood. You can get it at "B"Lowes or Home De"s"pot they sell it as non - wood decking.
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Old 09-01-2013, 09:29 PM   #13
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There's no real substitute for keeping an eye on your guns.
Apparently......that's what I thought I was doing. Unfortunately, I can't check on them every 1/2 hour.
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What area of your house is the cabinet in Clr8ter?
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I think the question not asked yet is, "Where is your cabinet? In the garage? Basement?"
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It's on the 2nd floor
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I think the question not asked yet is, "Where is your cabinet? In the garage? Basement?"
Refer to the post directly before yours
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It's on the 2nd floor
North side of the house? Against an outside wall?
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More like NW, inside wall.
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Sounds like a good science experiment. Take some bare steel put it in the same area guns are in, then do a piece of the steel on just the wood, just the felt, then a piece of the felt just laying on the felt, and finally felt glued to the wood with the same glue you used. That should find the culprit
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