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Published on Oct 30, 2010
This video shows an abridged version of the journey we took to restore a S&W 32 Long "I" Frame revolver. Due to time constraints we only show the highlights of this journey; it is not meant to be a step by step restoration guide. The piece was originally finished in nickel. We tried to "Nitreblue" it at first, but it did not take well. Next, we tried to nickel plate it; however, we did not have the right equipment/experience and the nickel plating did not work either. Finally, we decided to coat it with a thermally cured "Moly Resin" from John Norrell. We did not have a video camera for the disassembly, so we made do with still pictures.