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k-98 restoration. removing bad plating

Article about: Do you need any more sons? I came into this thread late but can only echo what others have said. Very nice job. Thanks for posting, Andrew.

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    Beautiful!

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  3. #22

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    What an improvement, looks fantastic now

    Very well done

    Thanks

    Danny

  4. #23

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    Looks the way it should now. Great work.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    thanks gent's i'll post better pic's in the morning.
    andrew

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    Whoa Andrew, nice, nice, nice! I'll second that beautiful. You're a brave man and it paid off.

    Jay

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    Very nice professional looking refinish. Now it looks Good again. One note, though, I noticed the earlier suggestion of heating it super hot and doing the oil treatment to blue it...Personally, it may be just me, but I would cringe at the thought of applying a lot of heat to the receiver of a gun....I would question as to whether this would take the temper out of the steel and make for a danger piece ready to blow up when fired. Just a thought. William
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    You did a great job on the rifle, it looks much better now!!! Cheers, Robert

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    well gent's i think these will be the last pic's for the thread. i had hoped for some sunshine here, but its foggy instead. so the natural lighting i was hoping for is crap. last nights pic's were a bit blurry. so i tried to do better today. i tried different lighting. i'm trying to show it clear enough. the last few pic's will be before and after shots. i hope you guys think i captured that "used" but well cleaned look. now i feel better about giving it to one of my boys. the other son can get the 44 DOT 98k.
    thank you all for the nice feedback on my project. Andrew
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    Bravo!

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    Very nice job, Andrew.

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