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  • Larry Lozon
    Sep 7, 2007
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      "Patrick Schifferdecker" wrote:

      The original formula for Barrel Black this was: "To one gallon of
      vinegar add a quarter of a pound of iron rust, let it stand for one
      week; then add a pound of lamp black and three quarters of a pound
      of copperas; stir it up at intervals for a couple of days. Lay five
      to six coats on the gun with a sponge, allowing it to dry well
      between each application; polish with linseed oil and soft woollen
      rag; it will look like ebony."



      Or for those who wear modern shoes and polyester uniforms


      "Two coats of TREMCLAD (RUSTOEUM) Paint and a good coat of floor
      paste wax"

      Yrs.,
      L2
      PS: Or for those who wear modern shoes and polyester uniforms


      Two coats of TREMCLAD (RUSTOEUM) Paint and a good coat of floor paste
      wax

      I was prodded into posting this

      Yrs.,
      L2
      Or for those who wear modern shoes and polyester uniforms


      Two coats of TREMCLAD (RUSTOEUM) Paint and a good coat of floor paste
      wax



      Yrs.,
      L2
      PS: I was prodded into posting this, but have used this method and it
      works!
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