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Went to clean my remington 1100 the otherday and found this. Everytime i shoot it i tear it down and clean it up, im not sure if this is why or not. I just went to clean and oil it sunday, havent shot it since prob late october? Ive been shooting my browning instead.
here are some pics has anyone had this happen? Im kinda pissed and wanna fix it the best way possible






What should I do? Can the magazine be replaced?
 

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^. And then consider an application of Gunkote or other protective finish to ensure it doesn't rust again.
 

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is there anything you dont have to bake on?
 

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Get a dry place to store it, after you attend to the issue.
 

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is there anything you dont have to bake on?
Yeah, it is called Duracoat, I think. I am going to do it to a couple of mine in the very near future. You can youtube the name and see some videos on it. Looks pretty killer.
 

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that looks sick. gotta try it
 

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You'll be happier if you do it right. Durakote < Gunkote by a large margin.

But thats just my opinion based on what I know about both substances. Some people swear by Durakote - however if you don't bake it, its unlikely itd going to be as tough. I've also heard (though not personally had problems) that Durakote lays down thick and fucks up clearances. Be careful where you put it.
 
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