Originally Posted by nyycanseco33
No glocks aren't stainless but the tenifer is into the metal which prevents rust or corrosion, the black finish can be removed without ruining the tenifer process but I don't know all the methods to do it
Personally, I'd be a little leary. Once that surface coating is gone, I have a feeling that will significantly decrease the rust resistance. But I could be wrong.
I would approach the task just like I would with a piece of wood. Start with a course grain sandpaper against a flat sanding block of some kind. Use a drop or two of oil to lubricate the process. Continue using finer grit papers to get all of your scratches out. Then I'd find a buffing wheel and some stainless steel polishing compound and buff to the desired shine. That's just how I would do it, that is only IF I decided to. Not sure I would do that with any metal other than stainless steel though.