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    Cad Plating and Black Oxide kits...

    Who have you found that makes the best Cad Plating and Black Oxide kits that are on the market today?

    Thanks.

    Pluck

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    Caswell copy cad. Birchwood tech for raven
    http://jmodela.coffeecup.com

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    • #3
      I use Caswell also, and use G-96 for the parts to be blackened. I found the G-96 on ebay.

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