Finishing Supplies

Items that Jim uses in his own gun making work.

 

Cannot ship outside continental United States. Must ship surface transportation only. Antique Wood Stain Specially formulated to bring out the rich beauty and figure of any wood. DEEP PENETRATING - Designed to penetrate deep into wood so surface scratches, abrasion and other wear damage will not expose raw, unstained areas. NON-GRAIN-RAISING - Suppled...
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Bone Black

$15.00
To darken a stock: Tap out a little bit of bone black and pour a little bit of finishing oil into separate piles on a non-absorbent surface. First, dampen the brush a little bit in the finishing oil and then pick up a little bit of the bone black with...
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Iron nitrate is a favored stain for maple gunstocks.  It imparts a traditional, durable, and beautifully rich color. **Iron Nitrate cannot be shipped to Canada or overseas. Directions:  Apply to wood.  Allow to dry.  I usually wait for at least a half hour before applying the heat.  Overnight is fine....
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This chemical is subject to additional shipping charges when ordered with a kit. It can not go in the kit box. You will be invoiced for additional shipping charge, if it applies, after the order is placed. Cannot ship outside continental United States. Must ship surface transportation only. The instructions below for Brass, Bronze...
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This chemical is subject to additional shipping charges when ordered with a kit. It can not go in the kit box. You will be invoiced for additional shipping charge, if it applies, after the order is placed. Cannot ship outside continental United States. Must ship surface transportation only. The instructions below for Brass, Bronze...
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This chemical is subject to additional shipping charges when ordered with a kit. It can not go in the kit box. You will be invoiced for additional shipping charge, if it applies, after the order is placed. Cannot ship outside continental United States. Must ship surface transportation only. Permalyn Sealer is made from...
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Tannic acid is used in conjunction with ferric or iron nitrate (also available from Kibler's Longrifles) in the staining process to accentuate maple figure. A solution of tannic acid (1 Tbs dissolved in 1 pint of water) is prepared and applied to the bare stock.  After this dries, the iron nitrate...
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