Gun Blue- 32oz (quart)

Price: $35.00

Product Reviews

(110 Ratings, 15 Reviews) Average Rating:
john pearson (Benton, AR) 8/15/2015 12:16 AM
I just ordered my second bottle. I do alot of AK kit guns and I find that if I degrease,bead blast,degrease again, submerge in Van's for 3 minutes, rinse well with water, dry with a blow dryer and apply oil it comes out looking great. Its also very durable. And its the least expensive because you can use it over and over. I have used 1 qt to do several guns. When you dunk it, it creates a red looking sludge that I filter w/ a coffee filter and its ready to use again. I wish I had found this stuff years ago!
Best Blueing Option for Home Use
SlagSpecialtyOutfitters (Sidney) 7/6/2015 10:03 AM
I blacksmith knives, axes, warhammers, spears and various other things of the same idea. This blue makes all my stuff look uniform and clean. Very simple to use. Works best to immerse the parts or knives in a container of the solution.
20+ years
steve f (atlanta) 6/2/2015 4:18 PM
It seems to work best on antique guns, which use different alloys. I did however get a perfect phosphate match on a white AR barrel by sandblasting it first. For difficult alloys I use 44-40.
Good Stuff
Larry (New York) 6/11/2013 7:58 PM
I did a Winchester model 1897 shotgun. When I got it I tried selling it for $250 for three weeks. It functioned great but There was no blueing left on the gun. It was rusty and rough. A few hours with 0000 steel wool, buffer wheel and coating of Vans and gun sold in four hours for $600. I was sold. Gun looked so good I almost kept it except I couldn't resist the $500 profit.
Mike (Watson) 12/5/2012 10:37 AM
I use Van's on handmade scope mounts I make for the Savage 99. It is the best cold blue solution made anywhere! I really like that it doesn't rust up like the others between applications.
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