Outdoor Life - - IN THE SHOP - —J.B.S.

Rust on guns is like death and taxes— an un­pleas­ant­ness that af­fects us all. To re­move an un­wanted bloom of rust on a gun, dab some gun oil on the af­flicted area and work it over with a piece of No. 0000 steel wool. This ex­tra-fine grade of steel wool won’t scratch or mar the metal on even fine guns. Once you've re­moved the rust, wipe the metal with a cloth to re­move any small bits of the steel wool that may have come loose, and then ap­ply a drop or two of gun oil for pro­tec­tion against fu­ture cor­ro­sion.

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