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Cerakoting

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Rich219, Mar 28, 2011.

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  1. Rich219

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    If anyone needs any Cerakoting done send me a message. I am able to do just about any part you need done. Attached are some pics of stuff done recently in the past couple of weeks.

    I'm located just south of Rochester, NY.

    Chokes done in Socom Blue

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    AR15 Upper Receiver before being refinished.

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    After being refinished in Armor Black

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    Glock 17 slide before refinishing.

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    After being refinished in Titanium.

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    Rich, Do Not Know ANYTHING About Cerakoting,E-Mail Me Please about The durability & Colors You can Do, also the process. Cost For A 90T Reciever & Trigger Guard & Fore End Iron? Joe Whitehurst
     
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    Were are located. Tom
     
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    Here's some great info on Cerakote from the manufacture. (Click the link above)


    It's a spray on finish but is extremely durable. I coated one of my daily carry pistols in it a few months back and it looks like the day I sprayed it.


    Each item is degreased, blasted with aluminum oxide, degreased again, preheated, has the Cerakote applied, and then is final cured at 300 degrees for an hour. If after pre heating it there are signs of grease or oil seepage then the part is degreased again and the process is repeated until it is grease free before the Cerakote is applied.

    There are a TON of colors available. Just about anything you can think of.
     
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