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Fixing a scratch

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Hi there. When putting my P320 RX back together after cleaning it, I managed to scratch the metal on my take down lever, it's on the semi circular side opposite of the actual lever. No effect on function but stick's out like a sore thumb. Anyone know a way. to get the scratch out and back to black?
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Birchwood casey sells cold blue pens. The color may not be an exact match at all times but the color may last a bit longer than the sharpie trick.
 

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They aren't scratches, they are scars.
 

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Perhaps it's my old age, but scratches and dings do not bother me anymore.
I remember years ago I gouged a beautiful stock on a vintage Sako .
Turned out to be a great hunt, so now my hunting days are over yet the damaged stock remands to remind me of a great hunt.
 

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My gunsmith used some 44/40 Instant Gun Blue on my slide where I scratched it taking some sights off. It worked great! He was putting new sights on (occ I DO learn from mistakes!) and sort of did it absentmindedly while we were talking guns afterwards. I was impressed!
 
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