You could cold blue it! But usually it will not last that long. Or you can take it to someone who blues. If what you are wanting with a dull anti glare while hunting you might want to consider Parkerizing. It is a real simple process anyone can do! You need to disassemble your bolt obviously, but you can do it on your stove with a parkerizing kit. It does not take any effort to do it. A Pan, the solution, and your stove in the kitchen. If I remember correctly? you heat the solution to about 165 Degrees and Whala! It is done. It has been several years since I have done it but I use to do all the older Remington 870 Shotguns on the agency. Then lube it good and let the lube stand on the parts for a while then wipe off the excess and put it back together. I think you can get the kit in a darker color now other than the traditional grey. Do not Parkerize the Firing Pin. I am sure Brownells probably has the kits. If not you can find the kits on the Internet. And they are not expensive. Just a thought! However if you want it to look fancy the Parkerizing is not your ticket since it is a dull finish.
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