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Old 03-06-2012, 05:24 PM   #1
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Default Rust. A gun lovers worst nighmare

Have a .22 Springfield my grandpa passed Down and it is covered in rust. I would like to remember him by festoring it to its origional form. I need your help please


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Old 03-06-2012, 09:54 PM   #2
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Oil and 0000 steel wool or as C3 says" Kroil and bronze chore boy(not steel chore boy)".


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three step process 320,400 and matchless polishing wheels . the model 12 in my pic was covered in rust when i started rebue on it.
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When I restore old rusty guns I give them a bath in remoil and scrub them with a shot bristeled brush.

How rusty is it? Can you post a pic?
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Oil and 0000 steel wool or as C3 says" Kroil and bronze chore boy(not steel chore boy)".
I used oil and 0000 steel wool to remove some surface rust off my Dad's old Marlin.
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When I restore old rusty guns I give them a bath in remoil and scrub them with a shot bristeled brush.

How rusty is it? Can you post a pic?
I ment to say bronze brush. It gets the rust off good


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