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  • Stainless Versus Blued

    Asked 11/03/2018 06:34 PM CT
    by unnamed user in Long Gun

    Ruger .22 LR  SS/SYN 1256 Ruger .22 LR SS/SYN 1256
  • Why would I choose the stainless version of this rifle versus the blued version? I am seeing commentary indicating the stainless is more rust resistant, beyond that the choice is cosmetic. Any functional differences?


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  • 11/03/2018 06:38 PM CT
    by James G - Lifetime Points: 48517 Chosen as Best Answer
  • Absolutely no function differences other than a higher element resistant finish Thomas. If you properly maintain your firearms then this is even less of an issue. A decent cleaning and storage in anti rust gun bags and you will be good with either.

  • 11/03/2018 06:40 PM CT
    by Rudy G - Lifetime Points: 1129
  • There are zero differences in functionality. The stainless model is simply better for hardcore use in nature’s conditions. To me it also looks nice. I’m not saying a blues finish would get all rusted and messed up. I can do the same as long as you clean it. The stainless is just more resistant to rust and other stuff. A lot of my rifles are stainless just because I like the look. I also have blued stuff and they work just as fine. It actually takes a lot for a gun to start getting rusted and blemished. It would really have to be a neglected gun.