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I just finished my pistol in Brownells Gun-Kote and it turned out great! But there is a problem on my part, after a pulled it out of the oven and fully assembled it, i noticed a small spot on my slide that i had missed:(...so i was wondering if it would hurt my already cured finish if I went ahead and touched it up and put it back in the oven? would the re-bake hurt the rest of my already cured finish? any input would be great!!! thanks!:)
 

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You could probably touch it up, ensure you degrease the heck out of it if you lubed your pistol already.
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I just finished my pistol in Brownells Gun-Kote and it turned out great! But there is a problem on my part, after a pulled it out of the oven and fully assembled it, i noticed a small spot on my slide that i had missed:(...so i was wondering if it would hurt my already cured finish if I went ahead and touched it up and put it back in the oven? would the re-bake hurt the rest of my already cured finish? any input would be great!!! thanks!:)
What was the original finish on the weapon? I'm very intrested in gun-kote and I have a weapon in "blue" that I'd like to go over with a bake on. I heard in the past it had to prep. by media blast or park'd. I was thinking I'd use scotchbrite pads and degrease. What problems did you encounter if any? Thanks for any helpful hints.
 
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