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Topic - Barracks Rack Project
Posted: Jul 29 2021 at 4:18pm By New2brass
Jack, Great job!

@Charlie,
Do you mean this?

Just as a PSA on the small arms racks. Carbine Club Newsletter 143-2 from October 1988 warns of the barrel rest boards (wood) somehow permanently lightens the parkerized finish where the barrel rests on the board.
It was suggested to add cosmoline or grease to the wood to prevent this.

Anyone with a rack may want to try adding felt or some barrier to the wood to keep the barrel away from the wood.

The article also mentions that the buttplates tend to rust where it touches the steel floor. I suspect this may be a place where condensation forms with changing temperatures and humidity.

Or that a little birdie sent him some dimensions?Embarrassed


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