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Baked on finishes are OK if the prep work is done well. Bead blasting is almost a requirement.
That said, the finishes do wear and cap and ball revolvers have more external moving parts {loading lever parts} than a swing out cylinder {I call extractor rod internal} revolver. Those surfaces are going to show wear quicker with a baked on finish than the original blue finish {IMO}
Unless it had alot of finish issues, I would agree with Giz on it
 
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