The steps in the gun polishing process:
1. Original color finish is stripped to the bare metal.
2. The gun goes through 3 color buffs, making sure not to remove
the stamped marking. (As in the Colt address or serial number.)
3. The gun is then placed in an ultrasonic degreaser to make sure
that all grease is removed and the gun is as clean as possible.
We are proud
to be one of the very few sources on the west coast offering nickel, silver and gold
plating for firearms. Everything and anything on your firearm can be plated - the frame,
barrel, cylinder, or whatever metal part you choose. Our plater plates military weapons
where the thickness of the plating is also used to gauge the tolerance and operation of
the weapon. He has his own company locally and Bob works closely with him and supervises
all work to assure all firearms are plated to the highest quality possible. The plating is
guaranteed so if by some rare chance the plating should peel, just return it and it will
be redone at no cost to you.
These are the steps involved in the plating process:
cost for Gun Plating is $200
So, if you're looking to make your firearm something special, either of these processes is the way to do it. If you have any questions or, if you're out of the area and want to make arrangements to ship your firearm to Bob for plating and/or polishing, just call (714) 871-8171, fax (714) 871-8516 or email Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org, he'll be glad to help you out or answer your questions.