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Dont pick a carbon removal product based on alum but on the Ruger finish ON the alum.
Wonder if one could SuperGlue a stainless steel deflection/accumulation strip up there?

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I wouldn't worry until it is a problem, but firing thousands of rounds thru a SS I do understand. Maybe Wipeout foam or another good cleaning product and some soaking then a stiff brush will do.
Time will tell us how good Cerakote is on these revolvers in the meantime you might find some of the information at the Cerakote web site interesting.

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I was having new tires installed on my wife’s car this morning and decided to visit the gun shop next door. Got the usual Hi can I help you ? from the owner. Asked him if he had received a Wrangler yet ? His reply was , “what’s that” ? I told him it’s a new revolver from Ruger. He went on about how Ruger doesn’t give a $&#@ about the brick and mortar shops like his that built Rugers business. How does a shop compete with web companies almost giving product away ? He also said that business was terrible. Boy new tires sure make a car drive like new !
So you have a dealer without a clue about a new gun that came out? How is that Ruger's fault? Maybe he should pay a bit more attention to what's happening in his own industry and then order one from his distributor.
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Guess these dealers are miffed because they dont get a personal memo?
Or maybe they do but dont bother reading all the industry e-mails they get.....I know I blow a bunch off.
Not Ruger's fault.
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