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Thread: P32 touch up

  1. #11
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    You have a solution for every need. Nice work.
    "Never pet a burning dog"

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    Hey folks,
    Thank you all for your comments, they are very much appreciated
    I'd also like to doubly thank those who shared their P32 experiences as I find that an interesting read.
    Regards,
    Greg
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    It looks good. I have one that serves the same purposes as yours, bug or primary in the situations you noted.

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    When my wife was restoring her Mustang, all the way down to the last nut and bolt, she was doing something she called phosphating.

    "What?!," I asked her. That looks like something you'd see on a gun.

    I looked it up, and back in the day, Ford had indeed Parkerized some of their hardware. Of course I had to experiment on some parts from unimportant guns. It turns out that it's as easy as boiling an egg. You buy the liquid in a quart or whatever. Make a mixture with distilled water, and bring it to near boiling on the stove. Your part should be prepped appropriately... abrasive blasting is nice... and left to stew in the soup. For a nicer finish, you can take out the part and hit it with stainless steel wool, then cook it again. It's kinda fun, and not at all expensive.

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