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    question for the brain trust

    I've got a nickel gun that's starting to get a frosty spot below the cylinder release. What's the best way to get rid of it....or can I?

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    You can try a polish such as Flitz, Mothers Mag Polish, or Simi Chrome and see if it helps the situation. If not then it's either live with it or refinish it.
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    I'm with series guy. But polish it by hand
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    Thanks guys. I assumed that would be the answer, but I wanted to see if anyone had a different plan.

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    Semi-Chrome. Soft cloth. Go slow. Less is more. If need/want to ... can always do more later. Can't undo. Good luck. Sincerely. bruce.
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