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  • JeeperCreeper
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    That patina is beautiful. I would just straighten out the feed tube and get either a Kframe or just an RVA to get your velocity up.

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  • Impactfour
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    That's brilliant, I was getting ready to weld up an absurd Dremel attachment to make it long enough to fit the length, that would be much easier.

  • Paintslinger16
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    Get a nice fluffy 12 gauge swab kit, put it in a drill with brasso, move it quickly up and down as you spin away will do I nice job polishing the insides.
    it’s messy do it outside with the gun in a 5 gallon pail.
    Last edited by Paintslinger16; 06-16-2022, 07:19 PM.

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  • netsurferdude2
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    The barrel is a smaller diameter so you cant fit a 12gram down there, and the bottom tube is larger than the diameter of the 12gram and it has a soldered-in valve housing so it wont fit through. Just the top tube!

  • Impactfour
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    I was just looking into the front sight funny enough, and I love the idea of smashing the 12g through to remove dents. I'll add that to the list of stuff to do. Is there any reason I couldn't do that so all three tubes? I havent had the time to dissemble anything yet so I'm pretty damn clueless here.

  • netsurferdude2
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    Somebody get this man a sheridan front sight. I was clean out of them.

    Also if you want to try and knock some of those dents out of the top tube, bang an empty 12 gram down there (with the sight and front cap removed.

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  • Just got my first brass marker and I could use advice

    So not long after my thread about the price of pgps I got a few offers and landed on a converted pg I thought would be a good starter project in terms of brass.

    My current plan is to do widgets according to the sticky, polish a whole bunch, then strip the frame and possibly repaint it. I've just got a few questions for the experts.

    As far as polishing goes my plan is to use brasso and a Dremel with a polishing bit after a few passes using rags. Obviously it's fine to hit the outside, but the inside could use a shine it would seem, is there anything wrong with polishing the interior of the tubes and the hammer/other internals with the aforementioned method?

    In terms of the frame I figure hit it with brake clean or paint thinner to strip away some gunk and the remaining paint, buff it out a bit with a light grit sand paper, dissemble it, plug the pinholes/screw holes and hit it with an outdoor spray paint or something? I'm kind of lost here as anodizing it just doesn't feel right for some reason.

    I'd love to hear from the experts as to any mistakes to avoid or if I'm using the right methods. And speaking of which I told netsurferdude2 I'd tag him when I made a post so here you go.

    I attached some pictures for those who are curious as to what I'm working with, sorry for the potato quality.
    Last edited by Impactfour; 06-16-2022, 06:10 PM. Reason: Figured out how to tag people
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