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On the RimefireCentral.com home page, he's listed alphabetically under the "View all Sponsors" tab.
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On the RimefireCentral.com home page, he's listed alphabetically under the "View all Sponsors" tab.
Bruce Patza
N863 Lawn Rd.
Seymour, WI 54165


Just send Bruce $15 and enclose a note with your model number and contact info. It may sound weird that he doesn't have a web site to order through, but he fills orders pretty quickly and you will love his product.
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Thanks for all the replies, does any one have contact info for Bruce.
Look in the "Sponsors" listing. All the pertinent and accurate information needed is there.
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Bruce is the guy who pioneered the LCI filler to perfection. His carbon steel fillers are "hot blued". I've gotten Ruger Mark III guns in here with the same issue as posted above. The black spray paint peels easily and rubs off. Poor quality.





Bummer, I have one of the TK inserts. Any thoughts on which lubricants to avoid to promote longevity of the finish?
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Bummer, I have one of the TK inserts. Any thoughts on which lubricants to avoid to promote longevity of the finish?
No, I wish I could provide that information, but when people cut corners on how they have others produce product for them, it's anybody's guess as to what sort of finish was applied.
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Thanks again for everyone inputs. I ended up going with the Tandemkross, since it was stainless steal I did not have to worry about the finish wearing off. Also, midway had it in stock with a bunch of other parts I ordered. It is installed and looks great. Thanks again.
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