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Cerakote

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Rich219, Mar 28, 2012.

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  1. Rich219

    Rich219 Active Member

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    Just thought I'd throw an ad up here if anyone is looking to have Cerakote done. We're an 07 FFL so complete firearms, etc. are ok to send us. We warranty all of our spray on finishes for one year.

    A barreled shotgun action is $180. Smaller parts are obviously much less, but send me a PM for pricing. Turn around is 2-3 weeks depending if we have to special order the Cerakote color.


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    cerakote interests me, the reciever on my mod 32 is blued but the bluing wears very quickly [ i have very acidic sweat] how does cerakote wear compared to bluing?
     
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    The bluing on all of my guns has been very durable so I can only compare Cerakote to my experiences with bluing. Personally I would go with bluing on a gun just because I personally think it looks better on trap guns than Cerakote but if acidic sweat causes the bluing to wear excessively then I think Cerakote might be the thing for you because it is extremely resistant to chemicals/solvents so I don't think a bit of sweat is going to hurt it!
     
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