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Stainless Steel question

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by highfive, Aug 12, 2007.

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  1. highfive

    highfive Member

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    How do you clean the black marks that stayed in the revolver after shooting for a while.
    I should explained myself, after shooting you know all the powder that gets everywhere and after the gun got kind of hot. Well the gun has some black spots that won't come off easy or right now they're not coming off at all. :fire: How is the best way to clean the revolver to get rid of those spots? Did I mention is stainless steel matte, lol

    Any kind of product is better? Or any specific way of cleaning the revolver. Any help will be appreciated. I just don't like the way it looks like that. Thanks in advance
     
  2. dfariswheel

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    Best thing to use is a "Lead-Away" type cloth.

    Most gun shops sell these under various names.
    It's a heavy, waxy feeing yellow cloth that strips lead and carbon right off, with only a little rubbing.

    DO NOT use on a blued guns, since it'll strip bluing right off too.
     
  3. highfive

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    perfect, thanks i'll be looking for one tomorrow first thing
     
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