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    I built a Parkerizing setup in my spare time

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    It's 36" long by 6" x 6"
    I made the burner out of 3/8" Stainless pipe, and shrouded it to keep the heat contained on the tank.
    Since I took the photo, I added an oil bath tank, and a continuous flow water tank as well.
    The control is a BBQ control knob. Works well. I'm using Manganese Phosphate, and it does an amazing job.

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    Gonna need to see more pics, maybe some before and after.
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    That’s really cool. Where are you located?

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    Can you also do bluing in that setup?
    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    repark2.jpg

    Here's a pair of Garand receivers that i did last week. I wish I'd taken the time to take pictures of them before I did them.

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    Kingston Ontario

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey Cox View Post
    Can you also do bluing in that setup?
    I would imagine so. I haven't tried it, as I mostly like doing surplus rifles, which are usually parkerized.

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    Awesome!
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    Looks good, both the setup and the Parkerizing.

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    I may have to hit you up in several months, when it's time to refinish my Mauser. I got a new NOS in white 762 Nato K98 barrel, and I only assume it can be parked.

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