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    i got a trigger housing group from numrich

    wra housing and trigger guard..sa hammer...not sure about the rest of it.
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    it was pretty dry with some rust. i dissasembled it and applied cold blue to the big parts(housing, saftey and trigger guard). they look much better now... the other parts seem to be okay with a little steel wool and oil.



    just wanted to know if bluing is 'proper'.
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    Goo, ya didn't hear me say this, but I've done that in the past and it does look OK but as far as proper........well, hmm..

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    Phosphating (Parkerizing) is "proper." Personally I wouldn't worry about that part very much.

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    thanks, gents..
    i don't feel so 'blue' about it anymore.
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    Hey Goo, get some Brownell's Dicropan....

    much better than cold blue, it gives a nice "parkerized" appearance to the metal. I prefer the cream style as I think it is easier to blend.

    Just an FYI.
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    thanks, will try it, ernie. i might try it on a cylinder or two.
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    is this the stuff?
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    http://www.brownells.com/aspx/NS/sto...20T-4~%20CREME

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