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My 66 has some scratches in it and the stainless looks a bit "old". I heard you can you 4000 grit sandpaper and get the scratches out and mothers car wax to give it a shine. Anyone heard of these or anyone done this. ALL INFO WILL BE ACCEPTED.

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Thanks for the advice. I don't know if I'm going to do it. I want to but I don't want to mess up the gun.

here is the gun now.



I want to get rid of the scratches and polish a bit. Not mirror, just a little shine.
 

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I think I will practice on one one my pocket knifes first, I don't care how I looks. If it looks good. I think I will move to the gun.

Thanks to all for the info. I will post knife first to see how I did.

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Ok, I got some mothers mag polish today. My gun does look better. I think I will pick up some gray scotch pads and start buffing it out. Here is what I have so far.


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after with mag polish. This is about 30 min. worth.



Anymore suggestions befroe the morning I will take

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500 Magnum Nut said:
The more you rub it the better it looks! Just keep a clean tee shirt on the gun.
Pop the cylinder off and twist it in your hands to remove the turn line... :D

Your right. I'm doing a polish job every night ( this will be the four time) until I get it where I want it. I think its going to be great when I done. I will post a picture when I'm finished.

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