So there I was helping my 7yr old daughter cross an easy set of rocks going across a stream and the next thing I know we're both sitting in 1.5' of rushing water (fresh water). We landed without issue and once she stopped freaking out, we got out OK.
My S&W 340 w/crimson trace was in my front pocket holstered in a leather pocket holster.
When we got home I took the crimson trace handgrip off and removed the batteries, blew compressed air through the revolver and grips, oiled everything, put new batteries in the crimson trace and put everything back together (laser works fine).
Do I need to do anything else to the revolver?
How about the leather holster? Just let it air-dry and deal with the fish smell?
Oh, and the ammo in the revolver... toss it or should it still be good? (factory rounds).