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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by denverr1, Jun 26, 2012.
Hey guys what do you think about this I polished it myself
Welcome to FTF. Very nice work. Looks great.
Forgive me, for I am ignorant.
But what stops polished metal from rusting? Is the Glock slide stainless or am i missing something?
The polishing compound should help. If not a good coat of clp left to soak in overnight definitely will.
Did my G 23 three years ago and never had a rusting problem. when you clean the gun polish it easy is that
Yep, very spiffy, now we all know what you look like!! ...care to share your process?
I do it for my friends not hard but takes a long time to do it right.
Wet sand by hand from 800 grit two 2000 grit then then metal polish I do the barrels, slide lock pushpins it's fun to do
And I do the Steppling as well
So when can you polish my G20 frame.......
Lol no prob I can do it for you
What u want done ? Slide and barrel ? Just slide , just barrel ?
Looks like my G31
Nice I did my g23 as well
Just the slide and maybe the compensator..... I have already installed a Lone Wolf barrel, compensator, take down pins, and also a titanium trigger. Going to install a chrome magwell, looking to make a race gun.
No prob message me if you want it done
What did you use to remove the blueing and how did you mask the slide grip ridges ad the rear of the slide?
Nice work buy the way.
Looks like a sigma eew
Yes it does, the S&W Glock
I just learned this.
But the Tenifer that makes Glocks less prone to rust is a process not a coating. So polishing it makes it no more prone to rust than it was originally.