You have to remember that firearms are made of metal which means they are prone to rust just like any other piece of metal. If you don’t take proper precautions to prevent rust from forming on your firearm then it will interfere with the functionality of it. The one thing that creates rust is moisture or water contact with metal. Now it may seem easier to keep water off of your firearms, but don’t forget about the moisture because this is something we can’t see. If you leave your weapon in a room with moisture in the air then it will create rust on your weapon the same way it would as if you put water on it. Even if you were to cover your weapon with a scabbard, the moisture could still sink into the air pockets of the weapon and cause rust.

Shooter's Choice Rust Prevent
Shooter’s Choice Rust Prevent

The best solution for preventing rust is with Shooter’s Choice Rust Prevent. This is a high quality moisture displacing agent that will help prevent corrosion and rust from forming on your weapon. When you coat the weapon with the Rust Prevent solution it creates a thin protective layer that keeps the moisture from making actual contact with the metal of your weapon. If you live in an area with lots of salty air or humidity, like on the beach, then Rust Prevent is a solution you must have to prevent your firearms from getting rusty. It even goes so far as to stop fingerprint acids from staining your gun as well.

Rust Prevent is suitable for most pistols, shotguns and rifles. The solution penetrates the metal to ensure the protective layer is secured properly on the weapon. Just make sure all of the grease is removed from the bore prior to applying this solution. It should only take about 10 minutes for the solution to dry on the weapon. It is really not complicated to use at all and it is rather inexpensive at only $8.99 per bottle, which are 6 ounces each. This is a worthy investment in order to prevent your gun from getting rusty because if that were to happen then it would damage your weapon badly. Then you’d have to go out and purchase a new weapon or restore your firearm.

Remember that when you carry your shotgun from cold environment into a warm room, condensate will appear on metal surfaces. Make sure to wipe all water from the shotgun.


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