I've seen some people say not to use a Dremel for F&B. Can anyone tell me why. It seems to me that a Dremel with a soft polishing wheel and compound would be perfect to put a mirror finish on the ramp. At this point though I'm not even sure that I need to do it. I have a recent 2G HC P3AT and so far it seems to be working fine. However, the ramp finish is dull compared to the ramp on my Taurus PT140 which came from the factory with a mirror finish.sprinter1 said:Start with RED and finish with WHITE buffing compound, you can find it at most hardware or automotive stores.
TxCajun said:I usually start with some 600 grit paper and finish with a felt bob on the dremel with jewlers rouge. Dremels are tailor made for polishing. On the feedramp and chamber, try do as much as you can in the direction of bullet travel.
I've seen some people say not to use a Dremel for F&B. Can anyone tell me why. [/quote]gvaldeg1 said:[quote author=sprinter1 link=1206287753/0#1 date=1206289644]Start with RED and finish with WHITE buffing compound, you can find it at most hardware or automotive stores.
RAT76,RAT76 said:This was done using the jewler's rouge that came with the Dremel followed by white automotive polishing compound.
Warning put your sun glasses on.
About 4 hours worth of polishing over 3 nites.
Home Depot, power tool section, near the grinders/buffers. Ryobi has the polishing compounds in plastic sleeves.Kennesaw said:I need a BRAND, and more specifically, WHERE to buy it.