Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by boatingboy, Jul 6, 2008.
Sounds like you just put a large chunk of change in "the hole."
May I suggest a Glock for your maritime adventures?
Wait for it...
Then take it out of the holster when you get home and wipe it down.
if pistol is going to be exposed to water often...
A) get a stainless pistol...
B) if no stainless, then..send your pistol in
to Alex Hamilton (10 ring precision)
and ask him to give it a phosphate coating
and then do the cooked on spray finish..(color of your choice)
this gives the pistol a very nice look and
a dynamite coating...
...I've done it to a
Springfield 1911 of my own and am very pleased with it...
BUT, still wise to keep pistol dry and well lubed and
check it and clean it often if exposing it to moisture...
and remember, condensation will get it even if pistol
otherwise dry as a bone!...
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