Maverick 88 mag tube rust fix

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  1. acp

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    So I got this Mav 88 and its been setting in the corner collecting dust. I have only handled it a few times in the last few months, well when i pulled it out on inspection the blueing on the mag tube was rusty. So whats a guy to do? Camo paint job

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    Cool fix and nice looking paint scheme .
    Andy
     
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    Looks good.

    I personally restored my last shotgun with some solvent and 0000 steel wool then oiled the whole thing down. Haven't had a speck of rust since and it looks original.
     
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    Yeah this was passed solvent and oil fix it was finger print rusts that was more then surface rust, Maverick blueing is not as good as mossberg from what i could tell looking at my 500
     
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    my brother has over 20k rounds thru his maverick 88. with no issues. ever. he loves that gun. same with my mossberg 535. well over 20k rounds thru it. no problems. ever. mossberg makes great shotguns!!!
     
  6. Dyjital

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    You sniffing too much paint.

    I Need to stop by sometime and take a look at your handiwork in person. You know, since I've been neglecting it.
     

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