Cerakote provides excellent protection for firearms in harsh environmental conditions. We’ve been getting ours from Brownells and couldn’t be happier with the results.
Smaller parts, especially screws, are often hard to coat. A friend (a professionally trained painter) showed us a trick using thin cardboard that allows easy application on screws. No more crazy wire bending of alligator clips…
A word of caution, in some curing ovens, even though the temperature is fairly low, the heating elements can get quite hot, so keep the cardboard away from them.
Chamber Reamers Let’s take a look at chamber reamers for metallic cartridges. If you are new to gunsmithing, or a serious firearms enthusiast, this post will help enhance your understanding of these important tools. What […]
The 260 Remington has gained quite a following in recent years. Adopted by SAAMI in 1999, this flat shooting 6.5mm cartridge housed in a necked down .308 Winchester case and affords the shooter, especially the […]
Since its introduction in 1989, the 338 Lapua Magnum has been a popular cartridge. The 338 Lapua was designed as a military cartridge to bridge the gap between the 308 Winchester/7.62 NATO and the .50 […]