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Old January 22, 2013, 09:02 PM   #9
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I have done stoning and polishing on one of my J frame revolvers with great success, but I also had a step by step video telling me exactly what to stone and to what degree, and what not to stone. The most stressed part of the video was do not stone the single action sear, I am sure the same goes for auto's with this as well. If you take the edge off that single action sear, and when the hammer is cocked back, enough force on the hammer could cause it to drop and result in a negligent discharge. Powderman pretty much covered everything in his post. You really want to just focus on rough spots on contact points, you in no way want to change the angles. I used an arkansas stone when I did mine by the way.
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