Nicely done, but how? Assume I do not have a machine shop in my garage, which I do not. I do have the SS version though, so no bluing to worry about
Guess I'm fortunate with what I have in my garage. Gun disassembled. I used a file to remove the warning from the barrel and sand paper. I then bead blasted the frame. I then put my buffing wheels in my drill press and polished the cylinder so it shined. I like the look and the contrast of the bead blast and polished cylinder. By no means is my garage a machine shop. Air compressor, bead blast cabinet, grinder, drill press, work bench, vise and a 6' ft. tall tool box. I am a former auto mechanic.
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