Hello i'd like to get the expert opinion here and then a solution...
I recently did my first glock $.25 trigger job, on my new glock 19 Gen4, and i liked the results so much on the trigger pull that i went a little polish happy and did some polishing of the locking block and frame rails which i thought looked nice..
Yesterday i showed my gun to the guy at the local gun shop and he said that i ruined the parts in my gun that i polished because i took the special anti corrosion coating off of the parts.
Is this true? Can i replace my frame rails with original ones? i don't think so....
Can i paint on or spray on a similar protective coating to the one i polished off? That's kind of my main question... I'd like to be able to smooth out some steel areas and then recoat them with a smooth corrosion resistant finish... Hopefully something that can be painted or sprayed on and not dipped or put in the oven, because how would i use it on my frame rails? I've heard the original coating is Teflon... should i use teflon paint or something? ... It would be nice to be able to put the same finish on the parts that i was able to polish off using Mother's mag polish originally, and i don't think Mother's would take off Teflon paint. Right? So what the heck is the original coating on the parts?
What do you all think? Sorry that i got rambling there for a bit, but i'm pretty stumped on this one.