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Old 08-13-2011, 11:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Smg teardown

I'm in the process of a complete teardown of my smg. I have a few questions before i try to assemble it again. How do I go about disassembling the valve? Also what do I need to replace the internal airline? Lastly is there anyone here that could hone the barrel or polish the internals, maybe even bead blast and repaint the whole thing?
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Old 08-14-2011, 01:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Unless the valve leaks dont take it apart. The body castings were anodized.The black outer surface is hardened, you can paint over it but its better left as is.
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Well the barrel is completely stripped of its finish. How can I keep it from rusting?
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At least the early ones had Stainless Steel barrels that were chemically blackened.
Is there any rust on it now ? If you can post some pics of it.
You can check to see if it is stainless by applying gun bluing to it, if it won't turn blue it won't rust. Paint or Bluing is fine on the barrel.
The forearm is glued to the barrel so just mask it off if you paint the barrel.
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