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    Remington Mod.241 22LR. Speedmaster

    You might look over Browning SA-22 design it may help you.
    Posted 07-13-2011 at 08:56 by 436 436 is offline
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    Glock Slide Clean Up

    Thanks for your reply. I dont have rivit marks just marks from that Kydex plastic on the muzzel end only, I think i'll go back to the good old leather holsters !
    I'm going to try some #9 and oil film.
    Posted 07-10-2011 at 11:32 by ghr1142 ghr1142 is offline
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    Glock Slide Clean Up

    I was able to help one of my Officers who experienced a similar problem from a Fobus holster. The marks were caused by contact with the thumb-break's attaching rivets in the holster body. Gun cleaner (I used MPro 7 CLP, but anything should work), rubbed/brushed vigorously on the area, made it look MUCH better. I figured that the superficial "scratches" were mainly embedded material (they were), and were "cleaned" away. An application of gun oil on the exterior surface will probably make it look better. Wipe it dry, but leave thin film (Glock slides, and parkerizing in general, look like crap when they are "dry"). A Glock slide cannot be touch-up blued. Refinishing is the only option that I am aware of. Glock provides this service, though I believe it is sub-contracted. I hope this helps.
    Posted 07-10-2011 at 07:23 by AgentM79 AgentM79 is offline
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    Question Mod. 1910 SL

    I had one with the knurled barrel for cocking, the round know is ofr dis-assembly, it should have a small putton you depress to unscrew it. Mine shot very well, I hunted with it for yrs.
    Posted 06-25-2011 at 07:31 by STI STI is offline

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