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.
1895 Brush Gun Build Who doesn’t love a Marlin 1895 in 45-70? This classic, hard hitting lever gun is a staple of American firearms and commonly encountered in the hands of outdoorsman everywhere. With a stock barrel […]
The OPS R3E2C muzzle brake has been receiving excellent reviews and we decided to install one on our 243 Winchester Remington model 700. Installation of the OPS brake will require us to thread the barrel […]
A compact version of the ubiquitous Remington Model 700, the Model Seven is an excellent candidate for a lightweight hunting rifle (to read more about the Model Seven action, click here). In this post, I’ll be taking […]