Cleaning Query for revolver.
Recently picked up an unfired Smith & Wesson model 67-1 and love the way it shoots. BTW, the 67 is an all stainless 38 spl. However, now that I have spent some time shooting it, the front of the cylinder has carbon rings that I have yet to find a way of cleaning off. I can get the surface clean enough to restore the gap to the forcing cone, I just can't get it back to a nice shiny NIB appearance. Yeah, I know, I really shouldn't be this fussy, however I am curious to know if removing this carbon ring can be done easliy for when I want to take pics of the gun. It really is quite pretty and will be more so when I get some wood grips for it to replace the Pachmayr rubber grips it came with.