So I read an article on the new King Cobra .357 and saw some pics. It shows that the gun has a QC code etched into the frame. So ugly! Why couldn't they have added this inside the frame so that it's only visible when the cylinder is open. Don't understand why gun companies do things like this. In this case especially if they are looking to recapture the beauty of the original Colt pistols. This is one of the reasons I don't like the new Smith and Wesson revolvers with the internal lock, so ugly and ruins the aesthetics of a beautiful gun. Granted, I know that the S&W's look is because of the lock. I hope adding the QC code to the outer frame of guns doesn't become the standard because it looks ugly.