It doesn't seem to be Park; not coarse enough.
In any case, my gal likes her lefty.
Does anyone know what the finish is on the SPS models (Varmint in particular, but I think they're all the same)? Remington calls it a matte blue, but I'm not sure I'm convinced that it's actual bluing. The reason I ask is that there may come a time down the road when I would like to refinish it with a rust or hot blue, and I don't necessarily want to have to grind off a parkerized or bonded finish. In theory, a true matte blued finish would come off with naval jelly or bluing remover, which would make for a much smoother process.
I'm a lefty, so I don't have the option of buying a new BDL/ADL/CDL with a nice finish already. I have checked the used market and that is definitely a possibility (albeit with a limited caliber selection), but I want to explore the new SPS avenue as well.
Anyway, thanks for any input you have.
Welcome to the Forum fro, New York. The Matt Blue is bluing over unpolished steel. Though the thought was to keep the reflection down, it was also a less costly process.
I have one "Matt Blue" Remington 700 and it is truly blued.
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