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Hair removal, also known as epilation or depilation, is the deliberate removal of body hair.
Hair typically grows all over the human body. Hair can become more visible during and after puberty and men tend to have thicker, more visible body hair than women.
Both men and women have visible hair on the head, eyebrows, eyelashes, armpits, pubic region, arms, and legs; men and some women also have thicker hair on their face, abdomen, back and chest. Hair does not generally grow on the lips, the underside of the hands or feet or on certain areas of the genitalia.
Forms of hair removal are practised for various and mostly cultural, sexual, medical or religious reasons. Forms of hair removal have been practised in almost all human cultures since at least the Neolithic era. The methods used to remove hair have varied in different times and regions, but shaving is the most common method.
Every once in a while I run across a nice Smith & Wesson revolver with some sort of coloring in the lettering. I have seen white, gold, and yellow colors. To me it detracts from the otherwise nice blueing. Anybody have a good way to remove the color without harming the finish?
Here is a pic...
Searching for a reputable person or company that does Glock frame work and customization in the Medford/Ashland or Rogue Valley area. Obviously a FFL is needed if the frames are required to remain at the place of business.
Specifically looking for beaver tail addition (or seamless melding of...