"Green Stuff" for sealing primers


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flmason
July 10, 2009, 04:08 AM
In another thread 1858Rem mentioned:

"there is also this green stuff you can get for sealing modern primers... might work on caps too, dont see why not"

Can seem to find this product online. I figure I'm using the wrong search terms. However I do recall having seen cartridges treated this way, but it was a long time ago. I seem to recall red as well as green rings on those primers. I'd swear, but aren't sure... that it was military surplus ammo.

Anyway, seems like an appealing idea.

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Ginormous
July 10, 2009, 06:53 AM
Nitrocellulose lacquer (http://www.pyroguide.com/index.php?title=Nitrocellulose_lacquer) perhaps?

flmason
July 10, 2009, 07:50 AM
Well, don't know if the old stuff I've seen was nitro-lacquer, but I did find this stuff out there:

http://markroncustomgunproducts.com/

One way or another I'm going to solve this weatherproofing, possible loose caps thing, LOL! Hopefully without going to a conversion cylinder (no doubt the high class way to go though. But then might as well just get a Blackhawk and be done with it.)

arcticap
July 10, 2009, 08:00 AM
http://images.cabelas.com/is/image/cabelas/s7_210621_imageset_01?$main-Large$
The ammo. manufacturers describe it as a waterproof laquer.

George & Roy's Custom Primer Sealant

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/links/link.jsp?id=0003180210621a&type=product&cmCat=SEARCH_all&returnPage=search-results1.jsp&Ntk=Product_liberal&QueryText=primer+sealant&sort=all&Go.y=10&_D%3AhasJS=+&N=0&Nty=1&hasJS=true&Go.x=13&_DARGS=%2Fcabelas%2Fen%2Fcommon%2Fsearch%2Fsearch-box.jsp.form23&_dyncharset=ISO-8859-1

http://www.backyardgardener.com/gp/Sports_Outdoors/Metallic_reloading-p/George_Roy_s_Custo.html

flmason
July 10, 2009, 08:04 AM
Cool. Just bookmarked it. :)

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