Ruger Security Six/ blueing problem
I got a Ruger Security Six yesterday at a gun show. I gave $250 for it ,I know that's a little too much. It's a 200th anniversary model, blue, 4" barrel, adjustable rear sight and Pachmayer grips. The action is in excellent shape with a rock solid lock up on the cylinder and no gap in the cylinder carriage. The rifleing is somewhat worn but is still clearly visible after a good cleaning. There are no dings or scratches but the blueing is rubbed off pretty bad. It appears as though it might have been a law enforcement piece and has severe holster wear. The guy I bought it from didn't know the pistol's history because he got it on a trade. How is the best way to restore the finish on this pistol with a minimal budget. I've tried the liquid cold blue and it just doesn't seem to do a real good job. I also need disassembly instructions for this pistol it's quite a bit different than the S&W model 19 that I used to have.
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