Restoration ~ All You Need Is Money

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    Restoration ~ All You Need Is Money

    Neat before & after of this vintage Colt slide that had a rib added to it.

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    Wow! Lots of welding, grinding, and finishing. You're right about the $$.
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    I think it would be beneficial sometimes for folks to see just what all is involved with a lot of custom work.

    Look ing at the finished product does not often reflect the amount of time that has gone in. And as we know - time = $$$$'s !
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    Oh Forgot

    Rons Gun Shop did the Carbona Blue Bluing for the Colt Factory WW I Repro Old Slabside Pistols.
    So...I guess they know what they are doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    Rons Gun Shop did the Carbona Blue Bluing for the Colt Factory WW I Repro Old Slabside Pistols.
    So...I guess they know what they are doing.

    That would be who i would want to refinish my Guns

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    What is a ballpark estimate for rebluing a revolver in average condition? No rust, just a worn finish.
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