Introduction to Metal Preparation (7 of 7) outlines the steps needed to do a quality metal preparation job on your own gun. Not just the actual steps in polishing, but the first steps you need to know in order to do a quality job. The video also shows the various finishes used by the manufacturers on their original parts, giving you a complete set of guidelines to follow so you can do a professional job yourself and save money. Most importantly, it will give you the satisfaction of doing a quality job, yourself.
For convenience we’ve divided the original videotape into the following sections, which you can navigate to using the following links:
- Restoration Concepts
- Part 1: Tools & Tips
- Part 2: Screws
- Part 3: Disassembly
- Part 4: Polishing
- Part 5: Packaging
- Final Thoughts & Credits (currently viewing)
Thanks for watching! Feel free to use the comments below for thoughts and questions.
Want to See More Stories Like These?
This installment of Restoration Resources appears in our Shoot History e-magazine. If you'd like to see more stories like these while learning about classic firearms preservation, head over to Shoot History. Be sure to hit the subscribe button while you're there.