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I've cleaned my stainless cylinders a couple times over the years with mothers and a soft rag. I also used mothers to put a deep luster on some of my high polished ones. I rarely do it as it's still an abrasive so I err on the side of caution. Here's a few of them. Along with a spattering of six shooters there's a 617, 686 and a 629 buried in there.

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Still wiping the drool away from my mouth…those diamond targets look great, heck they all look great. Thanks for sharing.
The gun in the box is a second month production in 1959. Bought it from a guy walking around the Reno show a few years back.
I think I paid $650 for it. The ammo is very early 1959. I too like the diamond targets. I have a couple guns with no relief cut diamond centers. Thanks, Big Larry
 
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