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Old November 13, 2012, 04:06 PM   #23
nate45
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Join Date: July 15, 2007
Location: Illinois
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I don't own any firearms that I can't shoot and shoot reliably and accurately.
One of my points of pride about the firearms I own, is that they are in excellent working condition.


The S&W .44 Magnum at the top was sipped in 1956, according to the factory letter. I shoot it, with magnum loads, its what it was made for.

With blued steel, use a really good anti-rust product like Corrosion-X and/or wax them. Since I started waxing my blued revolvers, I've had way, way less problem with finger prints, freckling and powder/lead residue.



The wax pictured above, along with the same company's surface cleaner, is amazing on blue steel. At both preserving it and making it shine like nothing else will.
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