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  franz20

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Posted: March 22 2014 at 7:05pm | IP Logged Quote franz20

Does anyone here do blue work? I'm looking to have some PPSH-41 Parts blued. They were previously painted with black paint. I need to have this blued soon.

I'm also in need of some pins for the release button (that separates the receiver from the stock). It's a relatively long pin, but I can't seem to find any. I fear it will need to be drilled out to fully disassemble the receiver for bluing.

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Posted: February 19 2017 at 10:05pm | IP Logged Quote DIRTDIVER13

franz20 wrote:
Does anyone here do blue work? I'm looking to have some PPSH-41 Parts blued. They were previously painted with black paint. I need to have this blued soon.

I'm also in need of some pins for the release button (that separates the receiver from the stock). It's a relatively long pin, but I can't seem to find any. I fear it will need to be drilled out to fully disassemble the receiver for bluing.



Can't you make cold blue to those parts? Once you take all the pain out and clean the metal, cold blue them
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I'm actually looking to get my wedding ring blued.  We're using an AR-15 gas block cut down.
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