Posted July 7, 2017 12:50 am by Comments

By Sam Hoober

1911 handgun with traditional blued finish

Alien Gear’s Sam Hoober touches whether opting for additional premium gun finishes is worth it on your next everyday carry gun.

1911 handgun with traditional blued finish
Sam Hoober
Sam Hoober

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- When it comes to gun finishes…would you rather pay the premium for a protective coating or do you skip worrying about it? There’s something to be said for both.

Today’s gun buyer can opt for stainless steel and similar alloy finishes as well as Cerakote and other durable coatings. Sometimes the coating doesn’t even run you much extra, if at all, depending on the make/model and the store you buy your guns from.

Or you can skip the extra spending on finishes, like cerakote, and throw precaution to the wind.

Keeping The Rust At Bay With Stainless And Other Gun Finishes

Old school wheelgun or revolver with classic nickel finish
Old school wheelgun or revolver with classic nickel finish

One of the biggest reasons a person would opt for a stainless steel or durable coating gun finish is to …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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