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Hi guys,
I've got a couple of "blemishes" on my CZ75 SP01 Tactical. Can any of you recommend a decent way to touch these up? I have some Testor's Model Paint in a Satin Black. Would that be sufficient?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Eventually, I want the gun Cerakoted with Satin Aluminum on the lower and a Satin Black on the slide and other parts, but I can't find anyone to do it for me. I'm currently in conversation with the guys at Cerakote about having it done.

In the meantime, I'd like to touch up the gun.

Regards,
Matthew
 

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Clean it up and touch it up like you would do a chip or scratch on your car or motorcycle. I’d come closer to recommending an outdoor, rough duty enamel intended to go on metal than a modeling paint.
 

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Birchwood Casey Super Black (flat black) instant touch-up pen works good for scratches on alunimum and steel AR parts, might match well on your application.
 

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Birchwood Casey Super Black (flat black) instant touch-up pen works good for scratches on alunimum and steel AR parts, might match well on your application.
Looks like that Birchwood Casey paint might do the trick. Thanks so much!
 
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