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Old 04-08-2011, 12:17 AM   #11
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Nice grips! And I like the grey accent in the grips. Compliments the pistol's finish.

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Very nice choice in gun and grips... they go great together..

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Those grips look like they were made for that gun! Nice Job!

ALSO: That gun looks brand spakin' new. Like it's never been
fired or even held by a moral before. At the risk of soundling
like an old house maid, 'What product do you use to get it so
clean?'

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Old 04-08-2011, 03:40 AM   #14
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Those grips look like they were made for that gun! Nice Job!

ALSO: That gun looks brand spakin' new. Like it's never been
fired or even held by a moral before. At the risk of soundling
like an old house maid, 'What product do you use to get it so
clean?'
Thanks, I always take pride in cleaning my guns.

I start out with Hoppe's #9 and use a nylon brush to scrub as much as I can off and then spray everything down with Birchwood Casey Gun Scrubber. The nice thing about the gun scrubber is it totally dries in 30 sec or so. Now here is the final step. Flitz Polish. I polish it about every 3rd time.

I really like the polish and it only adds another 15-20 minutes to the cleaning. Plus I gives me more time to be with my guns
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