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Just picked up a Colt 2" lawman MK III .357 mag... NIB never Fired however the new toy has some rust spot on it:mad: What is the best way to remove these spots?
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how bad is the rust a pic will help and ill give you ideals from there..
 

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Bud, will post on pictures on Sunday.The spots are on the left hand side of the top strap and some on the cylinder. otherwise this toy is perefect.

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I'd rub the spots with an oiled patch until saturated. In fact, I'd oil down the whole gun. I wouldn't use anything abrasive on it. Sound like it need tender loving care.
 

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oil it for sure Blue wonder will remove rust but all depends how bad it is thats why i want to see pics first..
 

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Try oiling them and some hand scrubbing if not ..try blue wonder in a small amount it will remove rust woth more scrubbing
 

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That rust looks like it was caused by the acidic sweat from a hand. A little blue wonder and an old tooth brush to scrub it and you should clean 'er right up. Oil 'er good and shoot it.:wink:
 

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Chief they are all saying the truth, (hard to beleive ) but they are lol. Blue wonder and a little elbow grease it should be removed.
 
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