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Posted: 5/10/2004 6:32:42 AM EDT
I neglected my M4 and got rust on the smith vortex flash suppressor and the metal portion of the telescopic buttstock.  The stuff worked great in removing rust.  However, I got a little on my barrel.  What are my options?

1)  Cheap
2)  Not so cheap options

What should I do to protect the metal of my flash suppressor after removing the rust?  Thanks[
Link Posted: 5/10/2004 7:23:39 AM EDT
You should have used steel wool and perhaps a wire brush at most.  You put phosphoric acid on your weapon.  All blue and rust remover is is re-branded naval jelly.

CLP will keep it from rusting as will not storing it in a gun case and not storing it in the damper parts of the house.  Upper levels are better.
Link Posted: 5/10/2004 11:16:10 AM EDT
I took the birchwood casey blue and rust remover and did use a steeel brush but am looking for different options.  the mark is not too big where it ran.  thanks
Link Posted: 5/11/2004 2:43:29 PM EDT
Is there a good reason why I am not getting any input.  I truly am surprised.  I have always gotten some great responses but failed in this respect.  I put the same thread in maintenance and got nothing.  Is there a reason?  Please help with what I should do.  thanks in advance.  ralph
Link Posted: 5/12/2004 3:20:13 PM EDT
I guess you could send the upper off to somebody like Bigbore ( I think he has prices for refinishing on his website ) ADCO

Ask him in the Industry forum:

ADCO's forum
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