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Investig8tor
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(7/8/01 5:14:15 pm)
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Any suggestions about what product I would use to protect the bore and exterior metal of an old shotgun that is not safe to shoot any longer?

Thanks.

AntiqueDr
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(7/8/01 5:15:36 pm)
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Absolutely. RustePrufe! The best. We use it exclusively, and have for the past 15 years or so.


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BlackGun
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(7/8/01 5:25:03 pm)
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Dang, why didn't I think of that, goooooood Stuff!
rules for survival: Sight alignment, Breath control, & Trigger Squeeze
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(7/8/01 10:42:21 pm)
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Prufe Ruste -- parisian hair oil?
If ya rub it does a rusty genie appear?
Can ya comb it on a gun? Sounds neat.
Any of side chance ya cud be a mixin it with Bob's-----?
Betcha can rub them on saddle sores, Right?
Gotta get some--how?
Does this good smelling P'rufe R'uste come in jugs?
Charlie D

How bout lime juice? Mix that is...


LIKTOSHOOT
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(7/8/01 11:01:06 pm)
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Polish has been known to insert old shotguns somewhere and they come out with a lovely protective coating
"POOFBANNED" Huh?

polishshooter
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(7/9/01 7:28:40 am)
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Yes, I prefer browning on my Brownings...
Patina is a custom finish that must be EARNED to be appreciated.

Tac401
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(8/5/01 2:01:41 pm)
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I use EZZOX!
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