Okay, a few days ago I radiused and smoothed my trigger face. Today, I bobbed the hammer, and did a pretty darn good job if I say so myself. I'll post pics when the wifey gets home with the cell phone camera, I've got a before pic too that I'll throw in.
Now here's what I want some thoughts on... I was browsing youtube the other day, and found Mr. Potterfield in a how-to on flame bluing.
I would like to completely polish my trigger and hammer, and flame blue the exposed parts. I wouldn't be applying any heat directly to the working internals, but obviously with such small pieces they will be getting awful hot too. I'm wondering about messing with the temper in an impact part, the hammer has an exposed firing pin, that is flexible with a spring in it. The trigger I think can handle it, I'm more concerned with the hammer and pin, but don't want to do one and not the other.
Would cold blue be an option? It's a stainless gun, but I don't know if the hammer and trigger are also stainless, it's an older model with the matte finish on the hammer and trigger.
What do y'all think? BTW it's a model 65 S&W.