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Rusty Supersport Barrel

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by mrv2006, Oct 29, 2006.

  1. mrv2006

    mrv2006 Newbie

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    Hi guys.

    I've just decided to get back into shooting, went to the loft and grabbed my old BSA Supersport... only to discover there is tiny rust spots all over the barrel.... ahhhhhhhh!

    Does anyone have any advise on how to remove the damn stuff ?

    Help!!! :confused:

    Thanks in advance
    Mark
     
  2. salty

    salty Newbie

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    Location:
    gateshead, england
    you can get metal restorer from car shops, but this may take off the blueing........

    try a light oil and a rag first, and give it a good rub down.

    when i wasnt using my guns for ages, i usually wipe them down with an oily rag, then seal them in a plastic bag, safe from dust and moisture.
     
  3. Phil W

    Phil W Newbie

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    000 wire wool and oil has always worked for me ( used VERY carefully of course )
     

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