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GUNS Magazine April 2012 Digital Edition - Page 36
Visit one of our three traveling showrooms at a dealer near you and get your hands on the hottest new products from today’s top manufacturers. Got a burning question to ask the editor? Contact him at: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or postal at: GUNS Q&A, 12345 World Trade Dr., San Diego, CA 92128. Due to the volume of mail received, GUNS cannot offer a personal reply. I have a Remington Model Q: 4 Rolling Block in .22 Short and .22 Long. The bore and action rechamber A .22 short? See our 2012 show dates online at www.elitesportsexpress.com To book the ESE or get your products on board, call Don at 702-528-6771 are in excellent condition. There is slight surface rust on the exterior and the woodwork is bruised, so is not collector grade. Could it be rechambered to .22 LR? Paul via e-mail I would advise against rechamA: bering the Remington. It’s barrel will have the 1:20" twist of the .22 Short and won’t stabilize .22 LR. CCI Note the spot of thick rust at 2 o’clock just above the buttplate screw. Spray a little G96 on the spot and gently rub it with a 5¢ piece (I prefer 5¢ pieces made of nickel). Note how the rust dissolves. This buttplate has little original finish underneath, yet the area now is free of damaging rust and the patina is preserved. 36 W W W. G U N S M A G A Z I N E . C O M • A P R I L 2 0 1 2