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    Quote Originally Posted by Murdoc View Post
    It is air curable and you can do this at home by your self. We even have sprayer kits too. check them out at www.arma-coat.ca
    Thanks Murdoc

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    Does the color scheme change the price or two tone color schemes? And approximately how much did that ar15 cost to coat? And which parts were done?

    Finally is their any part of the sr style rifles that cannot be coated?



    Quote Originally Posted by Murdoc View Post
    The cq-a is fine we have done countless AR's in arma-coat. As well the picture above with the customers SR-22 shows how well it compliments aluminum parts.

    Heres some more aluminum pics.



    Stainless Steel


    TOP NEA RAIL DONE BLACK


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    Does the color scheme change the price or two tone color schemes? And approximately how much did that green ar15 cost to coat? And which parts were done?

    Finally is their any part of the sr style rifles that cannot be coated?



    Quote Originally Posted by Murdoc View Post
    The cq-a is fine we have done countless AR's in arma-coat. As well the picture above with the customers SR-22 shows how well it compliments aluminum parts.

    Heres some more aluminum pics.



    Stainless Steel


    TOP NEA RAIL DONE BLACK


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    Does the sprayer kit include everything you need to apply armacoat to a firearm at home? Or do you need to blast/remove the firearm's previous finish?

    The firearm I am thinking of refinishing is a parkerized 1911

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    You are good to go on a parkerized or blasted finish. The kit has everything you need to complete on a 1911 parkerized finish.Anything else please let us know.
    We deal in the following brands of firearms as well: -RUGER- HK - SIG -

    ARMA-COAT FIREARM FINISHES
    -Parkerizing (manganese and zinc)
    -Sandblasting
    -Bead Polishing
    -Arma-Coat Coatings
    -Anodizing
    -Nitron Stainless Blackening
    -Nitron Carbon Steel Blackening
    -Hot Blueing
    -Hot black oxiding (carbon steel)
    Ph.780-398-2678

    www.arma-coat.ca

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murdoc View Post
    You are good to go on a parkerized or blasted finish. The kit has everything you need to complete on a 1911 parkerized finish.Anything else please let us know.
    What do you find provides a better result: applying armacoat to a blasted surface or to a parkerized finish?

    Also, and I apologize because I'm certain you've answered this question before, but how durable is armacoating to a standard blueing or a duracoat finish?

    Great looking rifles guys, top quality work.
    Never get out of the boat...unless you're goin' all the way.

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    hey guys i am looking to to coat a gsg 1911, i am pretty sure the slide was painted black not parkerized does that mean the slide has to be blasted first ?

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    The slide should be blasted first to ensure maximum adhesion.
    We deal in the following brands of firearms as well: -RUGER- HK - SIG -

    ARMA-COAT FIREARM FINISHES
    -Parkerizing (manganese and zinc)
    -Sandblasting
    -Bead Polishing
    -Arma-Coat Coatings
    -Anodizing
    -Nitron Stainless Blackening
    -Nitron Carbon Steel Blackening
    -Hot Blueing
    -Hot black oxiding (carbon steel)
    Ph.780-398-2678

    www.arma-coat.ca

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    We deal in the following brands of firearms as well: -RUGER- HK - SIG -

    ARMA-COAT FIREARM FINISHES
    -Parkerizing (manganese and zinc)
    -Sandblasting
    -Bead Polishing
    -Arma-Coat Coatings
    -Anodizing
    -Nitron Stainless Blackening
    -Nitron Carbon Steel Blackening
    -Hot Blueing
    -Hot black oxiding (carbon steel)
    Ph.780-398-2678

    www.arma-coat.ca

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    I needed something to get off on today ;0) thanks nice pics totaly bonerifick

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