Our detailed Instruction Booklet explains how Parkerizing works and takes you through the process step-by-step with plenty of helpful trouble shooting info. I’m going to use directions specific to the phosphate solution I’m used to .. I’ve done this using the manganese solution off of brownells, it pit a. Parkerizing – Products. Parkerizing Instructions · PARKERIZING SUPPLIES ONLY · BROWNELLS. Unfortunately, this product cannot be ordered. Parkerizing.
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You may find something that’s a better fit for your one-time job at home, or that you can buy in smaller quantities. Is the park coating rough? Obviously that won’t be the case, so do some simple math You guys remember 7th grade fractions right? I’ve done this using the manganese solution off of brownells, it pit a nice black coating on one of my s that so far has stuck on there for at least 3 years.
Moronic Monday Politics Shoot the matches! Anyway, you’re all done. Media Blast In order to get a thick enough and consistent phosphate finish, you are going to want to remove any trace of the old finish and rough up the surface a bit. Link posts require a detailed description in the comments.
Yeah I have a question. It wears in nicely. I am proud of you. You have been warned.
Ten Easy Steps to Parkerizing Your Gun Parts at Home : guns
You’re going to want to neutralize the phosphate bath. You’re not going to hurt anything by doing it again. However, it only works on ferrous metals, so if you’re doing aluminum parts or plastic dildos, Duracoat to your heart’s content.
Trust me, you can do this on your kitchen stove, and if you just follow the directions to the letter it is no harder than making soup. This drying step is especially crucial, because next comes media blasting and you don’t want moisture in your blasting cabinet or media. Rubber works well here. If you’re too lazy to read, I’ll give you the tl;dr here. Cool cool, figured as much.
Don’t use a paper towel or something that’s going to get lint all over the part. WD isn’t a lubricant, but that’s not what you’re using it for here.
Good one with the ear plugs. Don’t breathe the fumes. When I finally decided to park it I did not notice any real difference as far as the internal dimensions of the rails or the fitment of the gun as a whole. First I need to discuss bath preparation. Self Posts require a descriptive body text. Well, if you set up a permanent bath the maintenance involves a bit more actual chemistry. Glassbead the entire frame so it’s all bare metal. Don’t worry about why, just assume it’s part of the magical chemical process.
Chrome Portable, best thing I ever did on my work computer that doesn’t allow any software installation. I’m not aware of any good gun shops or smiths in my area, unfortunately. They will look like this: Obvious troll account will be shown the door.
Rinse well, then spray with the oil that comes with the kit. You may not get a consistent finish. It really is pretty straightforward. I even lube lol hypocrisy my bike chain with it if I’ve got nothing else around.
Why would I do this instead of duracoating my gun though? Before we start, let me clarify “easy”. Links to PDF files are allowed but must carry a warning. Caliber wars, “Best” gun, favorite x, etc. It’s not a lubricant, but it is a Water Displacer. Please read the rules, the FAQparkerizihg search before posting. This particular pistol I had I had pieced together from a stripped slide and frame so the steel was in the rough. If you don’t have something to use as an oil bath, just figure it out.
Do you parkerize the rails? If you don’t, your parts will look like shit instructilns.