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Thread in 'Gun Smithing & Repairs' started by Toothpick, Jun 14, 2018.

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  1. Toothpick

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    Try it and let us know what happens..
     
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    I use Ballistol on my P01 (and everything else ) which also has the DW duty finish and no problems with discoloration. Looks as clean as ever. Love the smell of ballistol!
     
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    @cmshoot says that it makes a nice aperitif by adding a lime twist.
     
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    I have not used Ballistol, so I cannot comment on how well it works, or if it will damage the finish of your pistol. However, I do use Prolix. It cleans well, does not damage nickel, blued, stainless or Kimpro finishes. Prolix is said to be a lubricant as well as a cleaner, but frankly, I don't like it as a lubricant. You might want to contact DW and ask if Prolix would be an issue. I am betting it would not be. Just my opinion.

    Oh, and great looking DW!
     
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