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Old 07-12-2018, 12:36 PM
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I picked up this 27-2, six inch, S# N32###, a few years ago.

About half of the bluing on the frame is mottled. Looks a little like oil stains on water. Too, bad. The pistol shows very little use. Maybe kept oiled in the presentation case too long by prevoius owner ? I felt like the price at the time reflected this.

While looking again at this one I am curious enough to ask the more knowledgeable members about it.

Has anyone seen something this before ? Thanks
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give it a good cleaning, soak in ballistol a while, wipe down, maybe then polish it out with Ren wax. You may be surprised that it comes back to life if you haven't tried.
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As the previous post stated.
It appears to be dissimilar cleaning agent or oils.
Use the same stuff.
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Old 07-13-2018, 01:36 AM
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My guess is that a very light buffing with some Flitz would most likely convert that splotchy look into shining blued consistency...
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Yep, probably has a lot of silicon on there and its fighting against some gun oil. Keep cleaning with only one product .
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I would try the soaking and waging before I would polish it. To me that looks like a last resort. as for silicone, I use nothing but pure silicone from Kelloggs in Sandusky, Ohio. Either the #110 or the #105, applied with real lambs wool. I have been using this since 1969, and have never had a discoloration. I do not use silicone with other agents in it. Also, NEVER have had a spot of rust appear
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