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Old 08-15-2013, 03:28 AM   #31
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Just a question to the OP. How was the blue removed?
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Just a question to the OP. How was the blue removed?
Soaked the barrel in white vinegar for 2 hrs then wet sanded it by hand then polished it with mothers chrome polish ...
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Soaked the barrel in white vinegar for 2 hrs then wet sanded it by hand then polished it with mothers chrome polish ...
Well, the best thing about tuperware guns are pretty much rust free--
Maybe wipe'em down & put it away till it's needed----
You can forget about doing that now
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Well, the best thing about tuperware guns are pretty much rust free--
Maybe wipe'em down & put it away till it's needed----
You can forget about doing that now
You must be talking about glocks? Because of the polymer (plastic) ..this is a Sig,p229 there's nothing Tupperware about it...but I do have a glock 19
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You must be talking about glocks? Because of the polymer (plastic) ..this is a Sig,p229 there's nothing Tupperware about it...but I do have a glock 19
Don't really matter - unprotected steel will rust-----
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Don't really matter - unprotected steel will rust-----
Funny though.. My friend with a p226 polished his barrel 5 years ago,shoots with it all the time ..no problems no rust shoots great.. So when should I tell him to expect rust?? 6 years 10 years?? Please inform me so I can warn him LOL
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I just had to look at 36 postings on a thread that required only a simple yes or no answer.
To bad trip286 wasn't the first poster, the thread could have ended with only the the question and the answer.
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Funny though.. My friend with a p226 polished his barrel 5 years ago,shoots with it all the time ..no problems no rust shoots great.. So when should I tell him to expect rust?? 6 years 10 years?? Please inform me so I can warn him LOL
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I just had to look at 36 postings on a thread that required only a simple yes or no answer.
To bad trip286 wasn't the first poster, the thread could have ended with only the the question and the answer.
Does this sort of "stuff" ever end quickly or simply?
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Well-- You are amusing
And IMO only a girl would screw up a good gun so it'd be "pretty"
Oh I get it... You don't have to be mad at my beautiful pistol LOL check out the glock to AR 15 is next
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