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    Default Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    i figured id start this project tonight so where to begin? chamber is clear and slide is seized up as well as the hammer. my plan was to remove the hand grips then soak it to see if it loosens up. my first plan was to hit it with something.

    thoughts?









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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    Got Kroil?
    If it ain't broke it ain't mine.

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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    Got Kroil?
    not that brand but i do have penetrating oils, naval jelly etc etc

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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    White vinegar will strip everything that's oxide based (rust, the finish). Throw it in, walk away for a week.

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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    Soaking first. Nuts off, kroil, knocker loose, 4 in one, wd40, atf, kerosine, anything thin. Look into the cathode anode process.
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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinR View Post
    White vinegar will strip everything that's oxide based (rust, the finish). Throw it in, walk away for a week.
    im trying to stretch this project out until at least 9:30pm

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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    Back story. How did it happen?
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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinR View Post
    White vinegar will strip everything that's oxide based (rust, the finish). Throw it in, walk away for a week.
    Is that practical to use in automotive operations as well?
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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    What happened to it? Left in a house with cats?
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    Default Re: Sunday Night Rock Island Project

    this stuff works great should kill the majority of it overnight

    https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/...E&gclsrc=aw.ds


    Evapo-Rust is a non-toxic, non-acidic rust remover. It is available in 1 and 5 gallon containers for home and small business use and larger 55 gallon drums for business use. To use this rust remover, just soak the rusted item in the solution. Unlike most rust removers that require acid to eat away the rust, Evapo-Rust uses a process called selective chelation to remove the rust. In effect, the rust removing solution removes the rust but leaves all of the metal behind. Because there is no acid, it is safe for the user to handle and doesn’t produce harmful or unpleasant fumes. Once the rust has been removed, Evapo-Rust can be reused until its strength is depleted. This reusability makes it convenient to use on multiple projects.

    Evapo-Rust is biodegradable and contains no solvents or caustics. It will not harm brass, copper, aluminum, gold, lead titanium, cast iron, vinyl, rubber, silicon, glass, cork, or wood.

    When the reusable solution is spent, it is only the iron content of the solution that dictates how it can be disposed of. In most cases, it can be dumped into the city sewer.

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