Be careful about being descriptive about one thing but general about another thing in the same sentence.
Specifics ground the reader in your scene.
Recently I wrote a paragraph and I gave it to Mr. J to read. He read it and said, “So you’re going to give me what kind of gun he has but you’re not going to tell me what beer he’s drinking. It’s (insert name of really fancy gun here) and just plain beer. At least say he’s drinking a stout or something.”
So I did. And it sounded better.