We moved from NM to TN. In NM you could watch a rock dry up and crumble. Pretty much zero humidity. In the almost three years it took to get the house built here, the gun collection stayed in a safe. Now looking at some of the guns I see rust marks. They are the sort that want to make you cry. The 8" .357 Python just pains me to look at the rust on the front site and barrel. The finish they put on these seems beyond the bluing on other barrels? So, what would be your advice? Other than don't ever, ever, ever store guns without a dehumidifier. Another barrel has a different story. It's been in a fire. This seems like the old bluing should be removed. It's an old 30-30 and after the fire will be a wall hanger. And how about some techniques on how to make small parts look good. Like screw heads. Thx.