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Old December 23, 2013, 11:08 PM   #1
bclark215
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ruger super blackhawk

I recently got a ruger super blackhawk bisley hunter in .44 mag. Im planning on buying some wolff springs and making a set of black walnut grips. I was also hoping to polish it to a mirror finish and then bead blast the cylinder leaving 2 thin pinstripes around the cylinder in my blasting cabinet. I cant decide however if I should polish the frame and blast the cylinder like I said or do the opposite. I want it to look nice and stand out. What are ya'lls opinions on how I should finish it (im open to other suggestions and I have the ability to cerakote)? Also besides changing the springs is there anything else that I can do to improve this gun. I do enjoy gunsmithing however im nowhere close to a professional. I was thinking about chamfering the cylinder and possibly recrowning.
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