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As the title states, I recently purchased my first HK pistol. I have owned plenty of pistols before, but this is the first I've owned with a tactical rail system. The gun has some gouges in the polymer due to the sloppy installation and removal of accessories. My question is, how can I remove these gouges. Should I take some high grit sand paper to it or should I take it to a Smith? The slide also needs to be re blued but that can wait considering this is my carry weapon.

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Sorry for the delay. I was looking for a way to attach images through the forum but realized I have to go through photobucket or something similar.

I am aware that the HK rail is proprietary to HK products and the pistol came with an aftermarket rail adapter for the standard picatanny rail. I don't plan on sanding very deep at all if that's even the route I decide to take.







 

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Yeah, it's pretty scarred up, but chicks dig cool scars, right? The barrel looks good on the inside but shows some wear on the outside. As far as cleanliness, it was spotless of residue and whatnot. I picked it up for a good deal so I'm pretty happy with it. Shoots pretty nice. Way better than the Glock27 it replaced.

I haven't heard of dyeing polymer before. Can someone point me in the right direction for a step by step?
 
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