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Re: Tutorial on the LOCKNSTICH method for repairing a crack

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greywolf224

08-04-2014 11:08:21
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I've been a gun collector and shooter for 30 plus years. Number one rule is NEVER EVER use WD-40 on any firearms for any reason. Gums everything up when your life may depend on it.

Kroil is very popular with firearms it does what WD-40 claims to do. Many good machinists use it on their fine tools.

But I gotta admit PB blaster has gotten me outta plenty jams.




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Tall T

08-04-2014 13:16:21
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 Re: Tutorial on the LOCKNSTICH method for repairing a crack in reply to greywolf224, 08-04-2014 11:08:21  
Greywolf,

Glad you mentioned that.

When I used to sell it, gun shops that used Amsoil MP raved about it because it kept customer fingerprints off the barrels and left a nice dry film that never got tacky!

AND it cuts rust like you wouldn't believe as well.

So to me it is the best all around, because as a super rust penetrant it keeps future rust form ever forming on or in the gun, but does so with a LIGHT AND STABLE protective film.

cheers,

T

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 Re: Tutorial on the LOCKNSTICH method for repairing a crack in reply to greywolf224, 08-04-2014 11:08:21  
kroil even says it's safe for gun cleaning. :)



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greywolf224

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 Re: Tutorial on the LOCKNSTICH method for repairing a crack in reply to soundguy, 08-04-2014 11:24:39  
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Kroil is actually a cleaner/penetrant and WD-40 a water displacement chemical. Last I used it was to soak an 8N governor I picked up off of ebay for $35. Left it in there for a few days and little elbow grease and it looks better than new.

I also soaked an old Chief Special 38 in Kroil that was heavily rusted for about a week. Other than the pitting in the metal, it shoots just fine.

The only draw back to Kroil is if you need to soak big parts than it costs too much. So that's when I use an old recipe of 2 gals Diesel, 1qt ATF, 1qt 97% rubbing alcohol.

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