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Thread: using the shake and bake method to PC gun parts

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    Boolit Master
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    using the shake and bake method to PC gun parts

    Am awaiting some powder, and my gaze went to a slightly battered trigger guard and tang , from a nameless s/s .22 bolt action
    instead of hours of sanding, cold/hot blue, I was just thinking... yup, even have a light bulb go off over my head.
    I may coat, hang by wire in the oven ( use a a screw hole to avoid major marring of surfaces) and give it a whirl.

    Till then, any inputs appreciated
    TIA
    "...Some days its rocket science, and some days it just zinc..."

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    It can work. I have had mixed results.

    ESPC. Is the best way to go.

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    I made a steel bracket to mount an led back up light on top of my 3rd brake light on the jeep. Stuck it in the tumbler and let it tumble for about an hour and then baked it. Came out as nice as a store bought bracket would look.
    Soldier of God, sixgun junky, Retired electrical lineman. My office was a 100 feet in the air, closer to God the better

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    Thanks, Fellas.
    Will give it a go once I start...
    "...Some days its rocket science, and some days it just zinc..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Smale View Post
    I made a steel bracket to mount an led back up light on top of my 3rd brake light on the jeep. Stuck it in the tumbler and let it tumble for about an hour and then baked it. Came out as nice as a store bought bracket would look.
    There you go Lloyd. Now you can come out of retirement and market them.

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    that would be work my friend not fun. I swore off work 9 years ago!
    Soldier of God, sixgun junky, Retired electrical lineman. My office was a 100 feet in the air, closer to God the better

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    I've thought the same and tried a couple times. Shake and bake doesn't work very well for me on some of the parts I've tried. Once I have a bigger oven will break the gun back out and spray. Shake and Bake IS working great for the bullets. ( Bigger oven means I can get a decent size cookie sheet. That way I can have hundreds of .223 bullets tip over at once instead of only 150ish.)

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