Im not exactly sure what your deal is... if your the guy that got banned or not, but i've been here for a year and a half or so.... and this is a professional board, not a bashing ground.Is this one of those sites where the mods are allowed to conduct little jihads against members who they have some personal issue with? Per the rules, it amounts to an abuse of power, and a review, in which no goods or services were exchanged...
To whit: Mod: XXX is bad, he and I got into it over something and I banned him to show him who's boss.
Of course, XXX cannot reply, because he's banned. He cannot defend himself either. Since Mod's experience with XXX is limited to a personality conflict, his objectivity is suspect.
It would seem to me that it's indicative of the beginning of a downward spiral of boards in which the management allows such shenanigans to occur. I've been around a while and intelligent moderatorship is one of the first things to suffer. Seen it before on Assault Web, ar15.com, full-auto.com and more than a few others which do not present themselves to my old memory at this moment.
I implore the mods to refrain from such activities. The integrity of the board is more important than your ego.
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Somebody is hiding....
Now on subject:
What is the proper / best way to refinish an HK anyway?
Envirotech, moly coat??
Park it and then apply a spray and bake coating?
Or does the park really not matter?
The reason I ask is I myself am thinking this over with regard to those flats, and would think that a park'd base would be best, because you are never going to get into all the nooks with a spray on, and you'd want to be worried about corrosion in those nooks if it were originally bare metal.