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    Interesting video

    Very surprised with stock work.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0Wb4HXa-sk

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    Wow. I wish I worked that fast!

    Had a 94 like that. The surface corrosion looked horrible, but the innards were surprisingly clear of rust, so a little work on the pins and screws and I could get it apart.

    That was before Evaporust came on the market. A truly amazing product.

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    That is an interesting video and I agree the stockwork was something else! I also had a '94, not that bad but rusted together pretty good....and it was loaded! Before I knew Evaporust existed (or maybe it didn't). Was eventually able to get it apart and cleaned up and it worked pretty well. Was still ugly, but it worked.

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    I bought an old 94 that was rusted but not nearly as bad. For $135 if was a steal. Not pretty but it came out well. This guy did a remarkable job.
    Don Verna

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    Before watching this video, if someone offered me a weapon in this condition, I told him to hang it on a wall as an exhibition.
    Now that I see what can be done with them, I think it would be worth it for the right price.
    I am very surprised how easy it seems that the screws come out

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