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I replaced a magazine tube on a very old Winchester 94, its blue and the rest of the rifle shows its age. So my question is how can i age the blue to match the rest of the gun? I was thinking of use a light amount of bluing remover on a rag and give it a once over. Any hint or tip or info is appreciated. :D
 

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Best way I have seen is to use a rag buffing wheel and run it over the area to make it match. Vinegar will also remove a small amount of blue without being too toxic. Just a couple thoughts anyway. 8)
 

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Let it roll around in the bed of a pickup for a week or so :p
 

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Tooth paste on burlap cloth, and rub down mag tube to desired color, rinse and oil. It shouldn't take too many strokes to achieve the desired shade.
 

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You bet. Probably only need a couple of hours bouncing around the deer lease to do it....
 
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