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    Member Rancid Crabtree's Avatar
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    Default Herters Belgian blue doesnt go bad

    I just had to try out this old bottle. Its about full and just as potent as ever. (check out the price on the label)

    I gave it a good shake and boiled the part and applied 6 applications (boiling each time) to the trigger guard of this old Stevens.

    I should buy some Arts from Midway.


















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    You're lucky. Unless a corrosive like this is stocked in a local gun store up here, you can't get it - hazardous goods and they won't ship to AK. Birchwood Casey's perma blue has to suffice.

    I used Brownell's rust blue formula a few years back and it produced excellent results. Relatively aggressive and easy to use. Finish was a deep satin black.

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