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Posted: 1/6/2005 8:36:59 PM EDT
I've got a couple of old 870 wingmasters, that I'm trying to breath new life into.  Both were old "boat guns" that have a little corrosion on the reciever.

Has anyone used either Norrell's Moly Resin, or Lauer DuraCoat?  Are they pretty easy to use?  Satisfied with the results?  

I don't have a sandblaster, so I'll have to sand the frames by hand, and perhaps use a dremel tool with a wire brush.  What would I need to get started?  

Would I just be better off to send them off for Wilson Combat's "remington steal" deal?
Link Posted: 1/7/2005 2:06:58 PM EDT

Lauer DuraCoat?


I haven't done the paint job but I've seen several guns done by them , with the camo pattern and I love 'em. I'm thinking about sending a couple of my main battle rifles to them for their camo finish. I visited their website and they are a wea;th of information. Give them a call and get yourself set up. They are great guys.

CaCrusin
Link Posted: 1/9/2005 12:47:48 PM EDT
I've had Norrell do a bunch of mags and 1 870. They look outstanding! I'm wanting to get a .17hmr done by them asap.
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