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Old 06-07-2009, 12:56 AM   #1
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Me and Mrs. Wolf where pawnshopping today when I came across this pre '68 Model 15 for $50.00. Looked in pretty fair condition so I bought it. Now I need to figure out weather to Re-Store it or turn it into a project gun. I will more than likely turn it into a project gun.
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My question is, I have only used Birchwood & Casey Blue and Rust Remover which seems to work OK but is there something more effective that could be recomended?

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Old 06-09-2009, 05:03 PM   #2
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I have seen some really good results from Brownells Oxpho-blue.

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You could also use some of Brownells Spray on finishes.

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I have two of those in my safe. One belonged to my dad and the other I bought with my first job sacking groceries for about $15 at the Western Auto.
I hunted with it for years and took bushels of squirrels with it.

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