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Old 10-14-2012, 11:25   #26
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Originally Posted by phil evans View Post
using jewlers rouge and 1700rpm buffing motor, i fluffed and buffed S&W internal parts including bolt, took 45 minutes for the bolt,
the buffing makes the bolt shiney and slick so no place for crud adhesion.
spent my time buffing one time - rather than scraping carbon after each range visit.
Why are you scraping carbon after each range visit? Are you shooting 10,000 rounds at a time? All they need after any normal range trip is a wipe-down (if that) and more oil.
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