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jraney
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what is or would be the best way to remove rust from variuos places on a gun, action,barrel& anywhere else it may be? stainless and blued rifles both. i can tell you more later when i see exactly where the rust is a friend has a rifle he is trying to sell but the rust seems to be an issue. any help would be appreciated. thanks
CJ6
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Kroil and 0000 steel wool
jraney
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where do i get the kroil?
RemVS308
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You can order it directly from Kano labs: http://www.kanolabs.com/
clowdis
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One of the best methods of removing surface rust is to take an empty cartridge, collapse the neck in a vise and use it as a scraper to remove the rust. The brass won't remove any bluing that might be on the metal. Finish with oil.
jraney
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ah very interesting, from what my friend has told me the rust is on the action he does not know very much about guns in general so i thought maybe i could help. when i get the gun i will be able to tell you all more about the problem, and maybe ya'll can tell me what it is worth, all i know right now is it is a mountain eagle by MRI and it says action by sako pretty sure it is a .33 rem ultra mag with dark blue finish on the barrel and some rust on the action, if anybody knows anything about this gun please let me know.

thanks.
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