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    Default Remington 700 refinish

    A quick refinish on a Remington 700 rifle, I also installed a new Timney trigger while I was at it


    This is how it was brought to me, in pieces





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    Looks really good now! Pretty rifle when finished!
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    Looks great!

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    Very nice !
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    Just out of curiosity, what did you use to do the bluing?
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    I use the hot caustic or hot salts method (same as the mfgs do), sodium hydroxide and sodium nitrate heated to 290 degrees

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