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I know this probably might be a dumb question. But if you take your Scar place it into a carrying bag, zip it up and leave it for a couple months will you have a rust issue?

I have a double barrel nickel plated shot gun that for whatever reason has some light rust in areas and now trying to figure out how to get it back to looking new.

I wanted to make sure I didn't have the same issue with the Scar. Any input would be much appreciated. Thanks guys!
 

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For the shotgun, you can try a little Flitz on a microfiber cloth. Go easy as not to scratch the surface.
 

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I know this probably might be a dumb question. But if you take your Scar place it into a carrying bag, zip it up and leave it for a couple months will you have a rust issue?
Highly unlikely but it depends... Do you live in the bayou? ;)
 

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Throw some of these in with the gun.
 

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One It's a 2300 $$$$ Rifle Get a Safe 2 my pickup up truck in the front grill gets those rust marks wipes right off with rubbing compound don't know if it should be used on a gun though
 

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One It's a 2300 $$$$ Rifle Get a Safe 2 my pickup up truck in the front grill gets those rust marks wipes right off with rubbing compound don't know if it should be used on a gun though
So are you saying that I shouldn't keep my Scars under the couch cushions at home? :-o damn!
 

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Thanks guys. It's a double barrel stage coach shot gun that kicks like a mule. But it is nickel plated and man does it scratch so easy. I'll work on her. Wife picked her up for me during Christmas a couple years ago.
 
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