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Defender refinish

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ghitch75, Jun 1, 2010.

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  1. ghitch75

    ghitch75 Member

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    i got this Defender from a guy i did a job for and he had no money so i took the gun for payment.....it shoots and runs great but the finish is in pretty poor shape with "idiot mark" came with it.....the question is if i sent it to Colt would it come back just as nice as new finish wise?....never have sent anything to colt for refinish...or would you'all suggest someone else?.....

    thanks
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  2. Wahoo95

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  3. silversport

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    it appears to be stainless steel, if the scratches aren't too deep perhaps you could get it professionally bead blasted and polished...
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  4. IMTHDUKE

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    Fords did several guns for me.
    This one is on their website...

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    They did this one...
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    I have a shotgun they are re blueing now.
     
  5. Wahoo95

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    Great looking Mustang you have there....looks almost identical to mine.

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  6. IMTHDUKE

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    Hey...it's twin brother. Those are sweet shootin little pistolos.
     
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