Gunsmithing Tips and Tricks

by Jack Landis  |  published on November 18, 2014

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These tips come from Gun Club of America Member Jerry Spadorcio of Jerry’s Gunsmithing. Thanks again, Jerry!

Tip #1

To remove brass punch or brass hammer marks from a blued gun frame:

I use J-B Bore cleaning compound from Brownells. Put it on a cotton cloth and wipe it off, it works great. (Butch’s Bore Shine and CR-10 Copper Remover with a patch or 0000 steel wool work well too – Jack)

Tip #2

To keep splatter marks from an action brush or bore brush from going all over everything:

I use a large clear plastic container. I lay it on its side and place whatever I am cleaning in the container and brush it clean. It keeps all the oily splatters from the brushing inside the container. You can buy one at any hardware store. It works great and it keeps my wife happy. It keeps it off your clothes too.

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