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Just wondering; I have a long-time carry gun that doesn't need refinishing, but when it does, these look like good choices. If you have done so, would love to hear and to see a picture or two of the result.
 

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I handled and field-stripped a P5 that had exterior steel parts Roguarded, internals NP3'd. The Roguard looked great-similar to the semi-matte oxide finish found on new Glocks. I personally haven't had any problems with my personal P5's blueing, but my wife's P5C has some minor freckling on the forward portion of the slide (I bought it used; the freckling was present then). If your P5 will be exposed to incliment weather/sweat, etc, Roguarding/NP3 might be a good idea...

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Thanks for the info. I am not sure the one I have with the most wear will need any new finish anytime soon, but I would like to see a P5 with roguard or np3 out of curiosity. Might be worth it even if not really "needed."
 
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