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|01-17-2013, 06:05 PM||#1|
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Phosphate coating on M11-A1...
I've seen these guns with a light grayish/brownish phosphate coating on the decocker & backside of mag release. Mine has the light colored finish on the backside of mag release, but I'm not sure the decocker on mine even has a phosphate finish (it's more or less like the frame).
Anyone else notice the differences in phosphate finishes on the decocker? Some seem really light & some are dark.
Not that it really matters, but just curious if anyone knows why this is the case.
Last edited by ccf; 01-17-2013 at 06:54 PM.
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