This is a discussion on Anyone polish their barrel with white vinegar? within the LCP Technical forums, part of the LCP Pocket category; Have seen several videos about polishing with white vinegar. Wondered if anyone has tried this and how it turned out? Is it necessary to plug ...
Have seen several videos about polishing with white vinegar. Wondered if anyone has tried this and how it turned out?
Is it necessary to plug both ends?
They look great but something bothers me about unprotected steel. Not completely rational, I know, as most who would bother to strip the bluing on their own will also be likely to check for rust and maintain better than the average bear. But still, needs nickel or chrome like that...
I polished my Glock barrel a long time ago and carry it about every day so it's seen it's share of sweat and condensation and it has zero corrosion.
It is purely cosmetic, unless you're polishing the feed ramp, then it is mechanical.
A few of my guns I try to pretty up a bit, but my LCP gets used more like an adjustable wrench. When in doubt grab; adjustable wrench, duct tape, hammer, screwdriver, bailing wire, and LCP. None of those are prettied up. To each his own though.
I am enlightened and cultured too. When I drink my beer from a can I stick out my little finger.
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