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Looking over my recently acquired P230 it looks like it was stored for a while without proper cleaning. I suspect some skin rubbed off from cycling the slide and it caused minor spots in the serrations, at least on one side. Just asking for advice.
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I wish I’d of not sold my p230 sl years back. It was a tack driver. Awesome for new shooters even. I dare say it probably out shot my PPK/S.
 

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The P230 was available in both blued and all-stainless finishes. The blued version features a blued steel slide and a matching, anodized aluminum frame, whereas the stainless version was completely made from stainless steel. Both versions came with a molded polymer, wrap-around grip that is contoured to give the shooter a comfortable and secure hold on the pistol.

So it’s stainless. That’s in your favor.
 
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