Ah, the GP-100 arrived today. Another gun rescued from a life of not belonging to me. Came with some competition speedloaders too. This thing was used as a competition gun by a fella so it has replacement springs to give it a smoother, slicker trigger pull. As sweet as the dounle-action is, I’ll probably pick up a set of factory springs and put them in. I want this gun as a general-purpose revolver and I’d like the heavier springs to ensure good firing pin hits.
As you can see from the photo, theres some carbon markings on the cylinder. Anyone have any ideas on best way to remove ‘em? Keep in mind I dont have a parts tank, hazmat suit, or EPA certifications….so something over-the-counter would be nice.
ETA: Would not have believed if I hadnt seen it with my own eyes: pencil eraser does the trick!