Brownells 75th Anniversary - A Shooting Heritage

For Rebluing Stainless Steels & Cast Iron

In the past, it was almost impossible for the general gun- smithing or bluing shop to blue stainless steel guns successfully. Now, with Oxynate No. 84, we have a superior formulation for stainless bluing that has met and passed all of our demands and requirements. It has worked on all the popular guns (S&W’s, Rugers, and virtually every type of stainless we could find), and even does a mighty good job on Cast Irons. It is predictable, repeatable, reliable and easy to operate. Blue an action or frame with a stainless barrel in No. 84 first, then go into the No. 7™ tank to blue the action or frame. The whole process is explained in the instructions.

We highly recommend you use Oxynate No. 84 for stainless steels and cast iron. But, it is not as easy to use as Oxynate No. 7. We don’t recommend it if a little experimentation and trial- and-error aren’t acceptable; we don’t recommend it for your only bluing tank - it just takes too much messing around to replace good, old reliable No. 7.

Note: Requires additional shipping & hazardous materials surcharge. Please call for freight charges.

Big Book Catalog, Issue:73, Page:406
Big Book Catalog, Issue:73, Page:411

SPECS: 40 lb. (18.1kg) net weight can. Normal mix is 4 lbs. per gallon of water. Full instructions included with each can. Uses the same neutralization procedures and chemicals as does Oxynate No. 7.

  • Oxynate No. 84
    Oxynate No. 84