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The warning mark started to come off. 4 hours later this is what it looked like.
 

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THAT'S HOW IT SHOULD LOOK in the 1st place. Do you think maybe Ruger just printed them on......so that they could be easily removed??? :eek: Sure seems like a better idea then engraving it on the barrel!!! S&W should look into this........but they won't!!! :roll:

That is how a RedHawk should come from the factory....but if you can polish it off yourself.......that cool!! Bob
 
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Have to agree with BobK,

There is neither need for the Lawyer warning or Rugers or the Lock on S&W's....When the Gov't started treating us like moronic children, we should have been building bunkers.... :mrgreen:

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Thanks for the comments Gents. I hit it with Flitz at first and noticed the warning was very lightly stamped compared to the '44 magnum cal' on the other side. I got some 600 wet sand paper and just started rubbing. I would drop some Break-free every so often just to keep the dust from scratching. Kept changing papers when they start turning silver and just sat there for a few hours until I liked it. 600 is fine for stainless and whatever scratches may appear are wiped away with Flitz. James
 
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