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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Part Prep In this step, make sure you plug anything that isn’t going to be phosphated. You’re not going to hurt anything by doing it again. So remember, anything said in this step after this point may differ based on the product parjerizing are using. Common errors include not degreasing well enough, not media blasting well enough, and being dumb. There are spray bottles of actual gun oil that would be better. They will look like this: Oh, I use it all the time. Why would I do this instead of browhells my gun though?
Add Phosphate Solution Add your phosphate solution to the correct proportion. Next, clean the shit out of your parts. Fill your basin stainless steel brownellss best.
B Should I take the super-human step of removing the barrel and parking it separately? Just make sure you have a vent hood. If you don’t have something to use as an oil bath, just figure it out. If not, let the parts air dry in a clean, dust free environment.
You will be working with harsh chemicals and particulates that you do not want to ingest or come into contact with. It’s not so bad. Is the park coating rough? You do not want anything on the part that will interfere with a solid, consistent coating.
It is definitely my preferred way to finish gun parts. Did you parkerize the whole frame?
I’m not aware of any good gun shops or smiths in my area, unfortunately. Put your parts in the bath, ideally on some sort of rack or hanger that will make sure the entire part gets done.
I didn’t feel it necessary to go that in depth also I’m lazy and didn’t want to so I’m leaving parkerizimg part off unless there’s demand for it. Remove the iron you put in earlier, and raise the temperature of the bath to between and F. No one is forcing you bdownells do it yourself.
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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. It means that if you have a gallon tank, you would add 10 gallons of M First I need to discuss bath preparation.
Any sludge leftover in the bottom can be tossed in the trash. Be sure of your target and what is beyond it. No politics except in the Bi-weekly politics threads No posting personal information doxxing. All posts must be gun related.
Rinse Yes, another rinse step. Deionized water is ideal, but since most of you probably don’t have a deionizer handy, your instruftions hose will do the job too.
Degreaser comes with kit, I think it’s just alcohol. Plus it keeps your history separate in case they do an web usage audit. If you don’t, your parts will look like shit later. Do this shit outside, and wear the appropriate safety equipment when necessary, including splash goggles, chemical gloves, and respirators.
This particular pistol I had I had pieced together from a stripped slide and frame so the steel was brownels the rough.
It’s not a lubricant, but it is a Water Displacer.