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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by jsimion423, Feb 25, 2012.
Have polished another customers barrel to perfection. Just love showing you guys my work.
I love old spice.
How much u charge? And what do u use? Does it make the barrel more vulnerable to rust n such. I wanna do it but afraid to cuz u can't go back without buying a new barrel.
That is nice. what compound are you using?
Do u have pics of one in a baby glock. I just wanna see how it will look.
As a Jeweler and a gun lover I don't use any chemicals or sandpaper on the barrels bc this can take away the glock factory metal treatment that prevents rusting. I only use a bluing remover and then a series or professional metal polishing compounds on a 1hp bench buffer so no dimensions are changed and the barrels I have completed in the past have never rusted. I'm a realist I don't charge outrageous amounts I only charge $15 bc as someone who has done many barrels on many guns I have gotten good at it and love to show off a talent that I don't get to use as a government security guard lol
I like that. Might be hitting u up when mine comes in. Shoot, might have you do my M9 barrel. That will look awesome.
I love the way that looks,great job!
Do you do slides? That looks awesome.
Yes I do slides, as long as there stripped all the way down to just the slide only. No internal parts and I can either do the whole slide or leave parts black or leave the recessed louvers on the sides black and if your interested PM me
I may want my 23 done, what city are you in?
Pm me for further information
The customer received his barrel and sent me a picture with it back in the Glock 23
Good job and looks awesome!