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    imported_js Guest

    barrel - Before & After

    I decided to redo... or I should say "unblue" my cougar 8000F barrel. Here are some before and after pics as well as the process:

    The barrel before removing the blued finish...Original.


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    This is the barrel with the blue remover doing it's work. I went through this process twice, Leaving the remover on about 10 mins. both times. I used some steel wool to remove the blued finish both times, pretty coarse stuff. I used "fine" steel wool for the final polishing.


    Here's the result after using the remover and steel wool to take the blued finish off...


    Gun Pics with new barrel finish:




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    GunCastGuy Guest
    Nice! I've done that to a couple Glock barrels. I love the look.

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    Looks nicer. Just be careful w/ rust because now it is bare steel.

    Why don't U send it off to be hard chromed. Just the barrel would probably only be about $40. They won't mess w/ the inside, just the external part. It would look similiar and be protected. Or, NP3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Looks nicer. Just be careful w/ rust because now it is bare steel.

    Why don't U send it off to be hard chromed. Just the barrel would probably only be about $40. They won't mess w/ the inside, just the external part. It would look similiar and be protected. Or, NP3
    Where would I send it to be hard chromed...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Thanks!

    I just sent them an e-mail to get more info.

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    This is where I was going to send my gun to get refinished before I tried to make sense out of the shipping options and rules and my head exploded. I ended up driving to a refinisher in state. But you might like these finishes.

    http://www.mrarms.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by js
    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Thanks!

    I just sent them an e-mail to get more info.
    Call them. They take a while to e-mail you back.

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