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War Wagon wrote: It's more important that the gun functions correctly than how pretty the gun looks...
DuckManClyde wrote:Well, last weekend i saw my gun take a beatin ( mud, rain, scratches, you know, the usual duck hunting guns life ) anyways i thought i could keep my o/u nice and was clearly wrong. The matte finish has scratches along the bottom of the barrel and heres the best part That day i found 3 spots where light rust is taking form, naturally i cleaned it like crazy. But another year or 2 and i wont be able to look at it. Is there a way i can get the matte finish removed then replaced with blueing?
mudpack wrote:War Wagon wrote: It's more important that the gun functions correctly than how pretty the gun looks...
Yes, it is. But many of us....including the OP....also care about the appearance of our firearms.
Given the choice between a worn/torn/rusty gun that works every time and a cared-for gun in excellent condition that works every time....and I know which category I'd prefer my gun to be in.
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