Gold Inlay Filling Kit - Single Pack

Gold Inlay Filling Kit

4.5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


Kit contains:

  • Cleaner #1, 1/2 oz bottle, Solvent
  • Gold Powder, .048 oz vial, (fine powdered bronze)
  • Gold Liquid Base, 1/2 oz bottle, Sealer
  • Cloth Application Patches
  • Complete Gold Inlay Filling Instruction Guide

Available as a Single Kit or a Master Pack of 12 kits.

Product Number: N/A

Product Description

Add a touch of elegance to engraved firearms

This handy kit fills engraving and lettering. In addition to highlighting custom engraving jobs, it gives production guns a personalized appearance. It’s a great way to enhance the value of either new or used guns. Easy to use – just follow the simple instructions. Although the kit is designed for gun work, it’s also ideal for other hobby areas including model railroad engines. Kit includes enough material for five to ten guns. Gold color is actually a fine bronze powder.   Not intended for use on parkerized or ferritic carbonitrided surfaces.

2 reviews for Gold Inlay Filling Kit

  1. 4 out of 5


    Ordering this item this week. Have a new 22 Rifle and I want to class it up a bit.

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  2. 5 out of 5


    There are more than just a few searches on-line for info on highlighting the engraved names and numbers on guns. Pistols, Rifles, Guns of all types have brands and logos which really look beautiful when highlighted properly. The answers I recently found when checking into this now, are …well, all nothing short of stupid ass solutions. Why would anyone use ‘crayons’ or ‘nail polish’ or arts and crafts paints to fill their guns engraving ? ! Crazy to me…

    I have no interest in Forster Products, financial or other. Here’s the deal, I used Bonanza Gold 34 years ago, yep 34 is what I typed. I had bought a Colt Python 357 Mag. 6″ which I still have and love, and a S&W model 29, ‘Dirty Harry’s’ 44 Mag., I still own and shot this week. Soon after I used this Gold highlighting on all of the engraved letters and numbers to make them even cooler looking. (I was 24 yrs. old)

    They are still Gold, look awesome, and I’m so glad I used this process. Very easy. Take care with it, be particular to make it look perfect. Twice it can be done if needed after the first drying. You’ll love it !

    Crayons ! …on my guns ! ? C’mon guys………

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