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  • rrmont
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    If you want to maintain the value don't reblue it, they are worth more in the original condition. Just keep it oiled.

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  • Christian Emter
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    I agree with ishawooa. But I would have to disagree with him too about the value, some guns can be worth alot espeacially the ones they don't make anymore.

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  • ishawooa
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    I leave mine like they are. They don't have much value anyway plus I like the "used" look.

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  • If you had a historic combat rifle that was in good shape except for its bluing (poorly applied in the first place as the Reich

    If you had a historic combat rifle that was in good shape except for its bluing (poorly applied in the first place as the Reich crumbled), would you have it re-blued? Or should the rifle be left alone and just kept oiled?

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