Just like the nickel look and would be curious to see it in nickel.Thought about picking up a used one and trying it.How do you polish the dull stainless to look bright.Remember I am definitely not a professional.I love to look at them and shoot them but I sure as heck can not repair them.
All of the above guns were done by me with only taking of the grips and cylinder release.
That's it. No other disassembly was used.
I did them all with Mothers mag polish (Paste)
Finish up with Mothers Billet polish.
A couple of rags, some elbow grease while watchin the tube and your all set. Polish to the level of brightness you want. No machines were used.
Been doing it for years and telling people how for a about a year or two now.
Or you can start a hunt for one of the 1st Edition Anacondas that were highly polished from the factory. Probably the only difference in the polished SS and nickel is the SS won't have the coloring hue of the nickel, but the SS will also never peel.
This is my custom hardchromed /bright polished Nighthawk Talon IV -the plating was done at APWCOGAN.COM which is Accurate plating --the pic does it no justice and they were polite ,mannerly and even sent the gun back to Nighthawk to re-engrave because they were not 100% pleased .
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