Ditto that. Just make sure it doesn't reflect sunlight too bad, and you'll be okay.
I think that's a very important thing to watch out for. Keep the flashy shiney or bright stuff to an absolute minimum. I've never really understood the reason for shiney high polished blued steel gun with a high glossed varnished stock. I've seen it on a lot of guns from most every maker for years and never liked it much. To me that type of fancy finish serves no real practical purpose except to look pretty in a display case. Granted many ducks and game have been taken with such guns over the decades. I don't want a pretty shiney gun. I don't need camo either. I like matt finishes. Either bead blasted blued steel or phosphate (parkerized) finished steel. Stocks and forearms should be either subdued synthetic or matt/dull linseed oil finished walnut. To me a basic linseed oil finished stock is much easier to maintain than a varnish finished one is, plus it ages much nicer too.