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    After Laser Engraving a gun do you need to coat the engraving so that it will not rust?

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    If it's on a blued, firearm, I'd say normal gun care will do the job.
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    You can just brush a very light coat of clear paste wax into it with a soft toothbrush. That should prevent any possible future rusting.
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    Clear finger nail polish will do the trick
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