01) This rack of FN 509

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pis­tol slides has re­ceived the H&M Black­ni­tride+ process.

02) A rack of No­vak sights that have been ni­trided await ship­ment back to the com­pany.

03) Ev­ery step of the Black­ni­tride+ process is care­fully mon­i­tored to en­sure proper tem­per­a­tures and run times are main­tained.

04) H&M Vice Pres­i­dent Shade McMillen checks the salt spray in­stru­ment that

H&M uses to check cor­ro­sion re­sis­tance of metal parts.

05) These ri­fle mag­a­zines await the next stage of the Black­ni­tride+ process. 06) AR-15 ri­fle bolt car­ri­ers ben­e­fit from the Black­ni­tride+ process, mak­ing them more slick and cor­ro­sion re­sis­tant. 07) H&M treats many types of long gun bar­rels too from pel­let ri­fles on up. The com­pany typ­i­cally treats from 2,000 to 5,000 AR-15 ri­fle bar­rels each day. 08) H&M Vice Pres­i­dent Shade McMillen checks a rack of bar­rels about to be put in an ul­tra­sonic wash to re­move any re­main­ing salt and chem­i­cal residue. 09) H&M has been treat­ing lo­co­mo­tive en­gine parts, such as these cylin­der lin­ers for more than 30 years.

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