Soft cotton cloth wrapped around finger tip, and Flitz metal polish.
Best not to-Ok thanks for info guys i guess i will not mess with it
Were you having trouble? The feed ramp guides the nose and ogive of the bullet, and in the 30+ years of 1911s, I've done only one (there were gouges from someone trying to feed empties from a mag and cases messed the anodized aluminum frame. Had to cut out the section and replace it.)I just polished my feed ramp on my 1911. I used a foredom tool with a foot pedal for speed control. I used a piece of 1/8 in drill rod that i split down the middle with a really small jewelers saw. I then wrapped it with some 320 emory cloth, then moved to 400 grit, and then used a hard felt bob with brownells white 550 polishing media. It all worked out great. You just have to make sure that you do NOT change the angle of the feed ramp.