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Old 04-06-2014, 09:00 AM   #21
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Old 04-07-2014, 11:42 AM   #22
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Old 06-04-2014, 08:00 AM   #23
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They sell a pad on ebay to remove scratches on a watch. I use it on my 32PPK/S and
it works wonders on the finish.
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I use those better quality fingernail sticks as MGMike recommended. You will have much better control of what you are polishing and what you are not and not risk rounding any edges. Get some, they aren't expensive, come in coarse to very, very fine and have a number of uses....including fingernails. At grocery stores and drug stores. M1911
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Old 07-06-2014, 12:42 PM   #25
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Do you think an abrasive airbrush like this with the proper media could be used to re-do the matte bead blast on the top of stainless Ranger slides?

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Has anyone tried to remove the Smith&Wesson,Houlton,Me,USA off their stainless steel slides?This is just an idea I have.Any comments?
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Do you think an abrasive airbrush like this with the proper media could be used to re-do the matte bead blast on the top of stainless Ranger slides?
I wonder which media and air pressure are required?
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Old 07-08-2014, 07:21 PM   #28
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scratches on stainless steel

There's tons of stuff out there to make the gun look new..I wrote earlier
about a pad I bought on ebay that takes scratches out of watches.
I use it a lot on my ppk/s stainless 32

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There's tons of stuff out there to make the gun look new..I wrote earlier
about a pad I bought on ebay that takes scratches out of watches.
I use it a lot on my ppk/s stainless 32

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The specific question is the bead blasted areas. General consensus seems to be that the only way to repair bead blast is to re-bead blast.

My kydex holster, which I otherwise love, rubs these areas shiny. I'm wondering if a matte finish could be repaired with an abrasive airbrush.
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I have a PPK/S which has some edges so sharp they feel as if they would cut leather. I may have to....soften them...
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