RoninsGrips 2 Comments The Following is a Basic Do-it-yourself Manganese Parkerizing Formula A couple of friends online, Elkaholic and Ding, got me interested in parkerizing years ago and gave me a home brew formula and process steps they use. I have been tuning that formula for a few years and thought I would share it as I use it both for blades and firearms. It works great as either the base for a top finish, such as Molyresin or as a finish all by itself. I like to experiment and try different things. If you do it indoors, you will likely make stuff rust fast!
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It was more than ten steps. It was even easier than I thought. Megathread of the day: You may not get a consistent finish. Trust me, you can do this on your kitchen stove, and if you just follow the directions to the letter it is no harder than making soup. Still, as you mention, there is a very good chance of fucking up. Remove any plugs you have on the part, then submerge it in oil for instructios minimum of 60 seconds. Cool cool, figured as much. As usual, you are correct.
Rinse well, then spray with the oil that comes with the kit. Google gives instruction a bunch of unknown garbage. The problem is sometimes I start eyeing my other pieces with perfectly fine finishes and want to blast paekerizing park those too. There are spray bottles of actual gun oil that would be better. Some kind of hot plate or whatever might work, or some sort of heating element off an old stove. Ask around at local shops, or use teh Googles. If not, let the parts air dry in a clean, dust free environment.
Aluminum oxide works, as does glass beads. White noise posts are for default subs. It was pretty nice looking. Ten Easy Steps to Parkerizing Your Gun Parts at Home : guns When I finally decided instuctions park it I did not notice any real difference as far as the internal dimensions of the rails or the fitment of the gun as a whole.
Gunnit Match rules, awards, and historical data. Anything that can reach at least F and maintain a consistent temperature will work I have a friend that does ceramics.
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