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Old 06-30-2008, 05:10 PM   #11 (permalink)
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You could probably just use a dowel with some cloth, or a battle swab or something. Smear aluminum polish all over it, chuck it in a drill, and just spin the thing inside.

or something like a flexhone would work too.

for removing tiny burs, I guess sticking a tiny piece of sandpaper to your fingertip and just sliding it in there couldn't hurt.

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Andrew is right.

One - I don't recommend doing this unless you absolutely need to.

Here is what I did - and I hope Bill weighs in on this.

I used a small bit of emory cloth taped on a dowel and carefully and slowly rid the bottom tube of the bur and then used an old battle swab and some polish (Brasso) to smooth that area back. I would wager I barely took off any material as the anno was barely polished in all areas that was not the burr.

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Seemed to have more issues today - took it home, cleaned it, found two more burrs, cleaned those off - and it shoots great again.

I have no clue what caused all this - maybe got dirt in it and just played with it.

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Andrew is right.

One - I don't recommend doing this unless you absolutely need to.

Here is what I did - and I hope Bill weighs in on this.

I used a small bit of emory cloth taped on a dowel and carefully and slowly rid the bottom tube of the bur and then used an old battle swab and some polish (Brasso) to smooth that area back. I would wager I barely took off any material as the anno was barely polished in all areas that was not the burr.

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TF,I don't have a clue.I haven't heard of this till now.Untill we get a marker back and inspect it,it would be difficult to say what is causing it.
I would think dry lubes in the lower tube would be better than oils or grease as they don't attract and hold dirt and grit? I am just guessing at what is going on.As far as the burrs goes??

One question.Is this a polished gun or dusted?
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Bill,

It is polished. It is so odd - every single shot is fine - when I auto trigger - it drops off or get erratic. Clean the bottom tube - works great.

EDIT:

I called Rod - on his advice I checked the hammer (same ID to the thousands as a stock NEW hammer) so I switched the sear lug.

Again, it shoots lazer beams now - we will see. I have no clue what I did to cause the burrs - it is a new problem - certainly not a factory problem.

If need be I will send it back to yall for a check up.

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