Before and After.....

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    Before and After.....

    My Polish P-64 as delivered from Centerfire Systems, Inc. - Your Home For Ammo, Firearms, Magazines, and Gun Accessories




    after $12 worth of cold-bluing chemicals and 30 minutes of hand polishing...




    Worth every penny of $149

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    Very nice. Good JOB!

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    Very nice!!!
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    It is worth noting that I have never done anything like this before. I just made sure the metal was free of any residue by liberally spraying it with Gun Scrubber (Tetrachloraethethelyne) and putting it in a 150 degree oven for 5 minutes in between applications of Burchwood Casey Superblue. After it came out of the oven and was coated in bluing I would polish with 0000 steel wool. It was almost too easy!

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    Excellent!!
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    Excellent Job !

    Looks good. Nice little carry piece there.
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    I don't know this pistol. 9X18?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterCartwright View Post
    I don't know this pistol. 9X18?

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    Yes, 9x18. Very well built. The one I got (and as reported by other buyers) was either never used or only a few times. The gun is as tight as it gets. Check out the link in my post Centerfire Systems, Inc. - Your Home For Ammo, Firearms, Magazines, and Gun Accessories

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    Nice looking pistol (thanks to your labor!). The Radom folks have a well earned reputation for strong, dependable pistols. Hope you'll give us a range report when you get the chance!

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    Oh yeah...that's what we're talking about...nice!

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    The difference is amazing. Great job and congrats on a beautiful handgun!
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    Very neat post
    Thanks for the photos

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    How is the trigger? I tried one at the range a few months ago and it took everyting I could muster to pull the first DA shot. Is that typical?
    Just curious because I am starting to jones for one.

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    Wow! Almost looks like a brand new gun! Nice job.

    Have you taken it out and shot it yet? If so, please tell us all about it. I'd love to hear about it.

    Nice little gun. Very good looking now too.
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    That would make a great DIY project for a beginner. Awesome.
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