MamaOzo's 'new' perfect pair

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by ozo, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. ozo

    ozo Active Member

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    To be politically correct...
    I will post it in both.....rimfire and centerfire.
    Top: S&W M632 Pro
    Smith's black matte finish is .....incredible
    Bottom: S&W M63

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  2. jedwil

    jedwil Well-Known Member

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    So we can be envious in two threads.............
  3. ozo

    ozo Active Member

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    The black matte finish S&W uses is unique to any
    finish I have seen.....but I am old, and don't see as well as I used to.
    But I always end up with the chore/duty to clean
    what we shoot, seems like a good trade/off for her stickin' around
    and tolerating me.....and allowing me to cook for her and clean
    the house......
    When I do have the honor of 'sprucing-them-up' I notice a very
    distinct difference in the revolvers we have with the S&W black matte
    finish.....hardly any powder residue.....not just visible to the eye....
    but on clean micro-fiber towels [yellow,green,blue], there is almost
    NO discoloration from residue of any sort.....
    The finish looks like some kind of 'powder coat' but then again,
    no powder coat I am familiar with. [Maybe it is a Tesla or extra-terrestrial
    composite that I obviously would not be familiar with. ;);)]
    My 'first encounter'was with my S&W 67-5 F-Comp Performance Center
    .38+P and I have been tickled ever since......how in the hell can a gun
    not-get-dirty.......after several hundred rounds ????
    We have concluded.....if at all possible, and we can afford it, and Smith has it available in this finish....it's worth it !
    M67-5 F Comp below

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    ozo Active Member

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    I apologize Jed.....I could have also put it in 'gen discuss'.....:rolleyes: