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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:15 am 
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Puk wrote:
This just worked a TREAT on an old no4 mk1 .303 BSA.
I stripped the blueing back to "the white" with white vinegar first, then went to work on it.
It came up fantastic
Thanks for the great info.

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Nice, it never occurred to me to use vinegar...aka acetic acid, it's usually 5% in supermarket containers.

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Has anyone used Blue Wonder products? I'm looking for a matte black finish. Wondering if anyone has used this stuff or can recommend something

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