I know this is gonna make a lot of you shake your heads, and I'll deserve it, but I need some advice nonetheless. I carry a stainless steel Interarms PPK/s in a leather belt slide holster on me everyday, unless at work or where prohibited. To make a long story short, the holstered gun was in my jacket pocket when I was taking my laundry in, and it fell out into the snow. I'm amazingly blessed that it didn't hit at just that right angle, and that nothing tragic happened. It was a stupid move on my part, and it will never happen again. When I got inside, I immediately wiped all visible snow off the gun, field-stripped it, and brushed all the metal I could get to with an oil-saturated brush. After that I used a cloth patch to rub the oil in and soak up the excess, then oiled the usual friction points and put it back together. My question, then, is this; are there more steps to take to ensure I don't get any rust, or have I covered my bases? Any input from you guys would be greatly appreciated!