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    Suncrorite 259

    So, Iíve come into a few drums of Suncrorite, any instruction on the use of? I know is: it seems to have been used on most things that wanted to be black, it creates a chemical bond with steel, itís a trifle toxic.

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    There've been lots of discussions here about this, you should be able to find them if searched. Here's one... https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=32391

    Here's another... https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=32883
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    Apologies for the laziness on my part, thanks for adding the links.

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    If it answers the question, then it's worth it. "A few drums"...you could paint your car...
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    True... I have a No32 that some one has burnished to a gold and silver monstrosity I am keen to sort and a few sets of binos. What is it with some people an polishing!

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    We had a young guy that went and bought a set of jeweler's screwdrivers...went to draw his FN for daily cleaning. He removed every shred of parkerizing from that rifle and turned it in silver in color. He was immediately charged with damaging... Later he took his commission to officer.
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    Probably the best place for him....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micheal Doyne View Post
    Probably the best place for him....
    Reminds me of something I read many years ago that still remains with me.

    Exchange duty by Brit soldiers to USAicon. On question from US soldiers where were the Brit officers, as they didn't see them often. Answer by Brit soldier: "When the time comes to die they will be there."

    The very basic tenet of being an officer. Always leaves a deep impression on me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daan Kemp View Post
    "When the time comes to die they will be there."
    Not this one. He was an admin officer. Well back from the battalion.

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