JKP wrote: »
If you tote it with a .357 revolver what finish is more likely on the revolver (I'm assuming you have a blue and stainless wheel gun)? Got to match you know...
jbohio wrote: »
Blue. Always. In lever guns, at least.
Zee wrote: »
Keep in mind.....I'm scoping this little sucker. So.....tradition is out the window.
Not trying to sway anyone and their vote. I'm just say'n.
I am leaning blued simply for a looks aspect. But stainless popped in my head as an option because of Jerm's reasons too.
Zee wrote: »
Both my field revolvers in .357 Mag are stainless GP-100s. Either a 4" or 6".
Wambli Ska wrote: »
Yes but what color are your Merrel open toed sandals and your murse? I mean as long as we are coordinating :tooth:
orchidman wrote: »
If it is going to be a 'work' firearm then stainless is best. If its going to be a 'safe queen' and used at a range then blued is the way to go.
( Yes, I know my T3 lite has a black barrel, but if you look closely at the last pic I posted up you will see that I 'rattlecanned' the stainless barrel with matt black paint as it cut down on its reflectability......Heck, even BH has rattlecanned his wood stocked Sako 75's stainless barrel...........made it look like a $10 whore but it was a practical solution)