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Barrel; Stainless/Blued/Nickel/What to do? What are your suggestions guys and gals? I do take extreme care of my firearms. They get beat up a bit but I do clean them regularly. Any suggestions?
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It's as personal choice I suppose. I have one that is stainless and any future ones will be the same if possible. I hate rust. Stainless is easier to take care of I think. I also like the blue and nickel I have too. Decisions, decisions.....:roll2:
 

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You guys are great to get back to me so soon, this site is great!
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Oooops, sorry! Hunting rifle/shotgun for turkey, deer, varmint etc., pistol ccw, pistol range.
 

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Stainless and laminated wood is pretty stuff.
 

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This picture pretty much says it for me.



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I like stainless and synthetic. That way I don't worry about hunting in the rain or of the stock gets beat up. Don't get me wrong. A walnut stock is beautiful, but I use my guns and wouldn't want to take one like above out into the woods.
 

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JackJr you and I came from the same mold. Those stocks are simply beautiful. I don't even own a gun that is not ALL wood and blued. Even my old Sheridan 5mm pellet rifle which was my very first gun bought back in 1963 from Montgomery Wards for $17 has a walnut stock. Love that wood with blued barrels.
 
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