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Old 07-05-2013, 02:00 AM   #1
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Default Anyone know of a good place to get a revolver parkerized near seacoast NH?

I am in the process of fixing up an old Lebel model 1892 French service revolver made in 1915 which was recently given to me, and I'd like to get it parkerized.

Anyone know of a good place near me so I don't have to waste time/money on shipping?



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Are you sure the original finish was park? Most of the ones i am seeing are blued.



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Are you sure the original finish was park? Most of the ones i am seeing are blued.
Consider the question above. Do some research and then continue your search. The best gunsmiths that I know of that reside in nh are at Stateline gun shop. They may not have the capability to do what you want but likely know someone who does.
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Thanks, I'll check them out.

And yes, they were originally blued, but I'm thinking if going with the park because I prefer the durability of it.

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