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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by worm4290, Mar 14, 2012.
Whats the best way to polish the barrel of your glock?
A dremel with felt tip wheels very light pressure with flits gun polish , I used mag wheel polish on my pins and slide release here is a pic
I hear people soaking it in viniger do I need to do that also?
I used mothers mag wheel polish, dremel, and I a lot of polishing by hand.
This is a joke, right!?!?
Vinegar soak does work, some also prefer the polish method with dremels or elbow grease... Either way it is a time consuming process but the finished results are very nice
Honest question.... any reason you are looking to do this or is it purely for aesthetics?
Why would it be a joke? People like to customize their guns to meet their style and Glocks are no different, Glocks are already notorious for being considered "ugly" but with some attention by polishing the barrel, pins, slide lock and actual slide people can make them more their style... Different strokes for different folks, some prefer the plain look and others like to customize which is totally fine either way, there is no right or wrong though because either way it's still a Glock and performs flawlessly
I just polished the barrel of my Advantage Arms Kit. Used a Dremel and the rouge that comes from Dremel. Came out looking great and slick as glass.
Because "Polish the barrel of your gun" is used as a euphemism. Need I go further?
You know . . . Like Abusing the wicked stick
Adjusting the antenna
Aiding and abetting a known felon
Applying the hand brake
Arguing with Henry Longfellow
Arm-wrestle with your one-eyed vessel
Attack the one-eyed purple-headed warrior
Audition your hand puppet
Badgering the witness
Barking up the wrong tree
Bash the candle
Basting the ham
Battling the purple-headed yogurt slinger
Being rough with the sex stick
Be your own best friend
Beat the bishop
Beat the bologna
Beat the dummy
Beat the meat
Beat the pud
Beat the stick
Beat up your date
Beef tips stroking off
Bleed the weed
Blow your own horn
Bludgeon the beefsteak
Bop the bologna
Bop the bonzo
Box the Jesuit
Box with Richard
Brushing up on your typing skills
Buff the banana
Bugger your hand
Building upper-body strength
Burp the baby
Burp the worm
Butter the corn
And that's just the A-B's
I hear ya man. Many people like to personalize their guns. I spruce up all my guns, from my AR-15 to my Glock 22's. I really like the job you did on the barrel. Say you used a dremel with felt tip and Mother's polish, (or, Flits)? Good idea man!
Oh good point, after 12 hours here at work I missed that lol... Nice catch
Don't do it! It's not custom, or even cool. It's just gross. Glocks weren't meant to have polished barrels! For the love of God!
For you it's "just gross". To each his own man. I think they look great!
I'm going to send mine to "glock polishing" , so I know it's done right !
I like my barrel polished, as for my Glocks, I like them polished as well. The hint of a polished barrel sticking out around all that black beauty is like looking at a sexy woman in a bikini. Gets me excited just thinking about it.
So go ahead and polish that barrel(s) and then let us know how you feel
Send it to ebay seller GLOCKPOLISHING on ebay. We do hundreds of barrels a year
Check out the slides that have been completed. ebay item number:290679461763
Started polishing it looks great doing my slide release and pins too will post pictures soon