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Gun Gripes #162: “Restore, Conserve or Bubbarize?” with C&Rsenal

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In this video, Mark from the C&Rsenal Anvil gunsmithing series joins us to discuss how to determine whether a particular firearm is needing to be conserved, restored or open to Bubbarizing and why. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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8 thoughts on “Gun Gripes #162: “Restore, Conserve or Bubbarize?” with C&Rsenal

  1. For you pro’s out there: Can a post 64 Winchester Model 94 be successfully rust blued? Have any of you guys done this? I have one in my care that belongs to a coworker that needs attention. Bubba Hunter has had his way with it and the owner wants to make it more presentable. Its just new enough to be in the less desirable post 64′ guns. It’s been fitted with a scope & receiver mount, the metal has rust freckles and scratched and atrocious varnished furniture. He wants it cleaned up, refinished and made to look a certain way. I has intentions of rust blueing the barreled action, some small parts straw’ed and fire blued fasteners. I have heard mixed statements that post 64′ receivers are hard to refinish due to their construction. I has read something about possibly made from a sintered steel and I’d like to know before attempting the work. Thanks!

    1. mytmousemalibu
      I had a post 64 that we tried to reblue and the thing turned purple on the reciever.
      You could possibly parkerize it but honestly i would blue everything but the reciever and send it somewhere to get case hardened

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