Does anyone know where in NJ I can get a Browning HiPower blued for cheap? I dinged the crappy baked-on paint on my HiPower clone and want to get it blued up (was going ot anyway). I assume the job would entain not only the bluing, but disassembly and bead-blast. Anyone know?
Saw the title of this thread hanging there for a while tonight, and the first answer that came to mind (before reading the post) was
Have you tried Smurfette's??
[emily latella] Oh. You mean a gun! Never mind! [/emily latella]
Funny I was thinking the same thing or try holding your breath till you turn Blue
That's because lead and sulfur contaminated brains all think alike!
And on that note, got this in the email from a former co-worker, also a shooter:
Ten Reasons Men Prefer Guns Over Women
#10. You can trade an old 44 for a new 22.
#9. You can keep one gun at home and have another for
when you're on the road.
#8. If you admire a friend's gun and tell him so, he
will probably let you try it out a few times.
#7. Your primary gun doesn't mind if you keep another
gun for a backup.
#6. Your gun will stay with you even if you run out of
#5. A gun doesn't take up a lot of closet space.
#4. Guns function normally every day of the month.
#3. A gun doesn't ask , "Do these new grips make me
#2. A gun doesn't mind if you go to sleep after you
#1. YOU CAN BUY A SILENCER FOR A GUN
(Unless you live in the People's Republik of New Yersey, Kommisar Korzine in Kommand)
Why would you want to do it on the cheap, and end up with a crappy blueing job? Just get a can of spray paint and hit it.
You can also get the ingredients from Brownell's and do your own blueing.
Or you can have a top quality job done by a professional who understands your rifle.
I use Ruger Custom Guns in Kingston, NY. Chris Ruger's work is known throughout the country for his precision benchrest and sniper rifles. He will do a blueing job you can pass on to your grandchildren, assuming they are still allowed to have guns.