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Thread: Nitron Blackening Services (ruger Scout pics)

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    Nitron Blackening Services (ruger Scout pics)

    Here is our new Nitron Blackening process. This works on Stainless Steel and gives the rifle or pistol the look it should have. This is the same process which Sig Sauer uses on their production pistols today, this process is also used on the remington 700 XCR line of rifles as well. Its an extremely thin finish which can go on the tightest guns without having any tolerance issues.This also can be used on all types of Stainless steel parts or components.This can be a high gloss or a matte finish.Here are a few pics of a ruger Scout Rifle that is Nitron Blackened. This is the way a ruger scout rifle should look.

    For Pricing or to book your rifle in for this process please email us or call.







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

    ARMA-COAT FIREARM FINISHES
    -Parkerizing (manganese and zinc)
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    -Nitron Stainless Blackening
    -Nitron Carbon Steel Blackening
    -Hot Blueing
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    Ph.780-398-2678

    www.arma-coat.ca

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    That looks awesome!

    Nice to see that up and running.

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    looks good, now ruger just has to take the furniture off that rifle lol

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    This looks way good. whats the difference with this and armacoat? thinner? is this scratch and rust proof like armacoat?

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    Wow that looks awesome, almost makes me want to buy a ruger scout

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    Is it possible to treat regular still or this process is specifically for stainless?
    collect guns from video games, anybody else does it?

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    Can this be done to the CZ 858's Murdoc?
    If so witch one is more corrosive resistant?

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    Yup...what he said Δ

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    Looks great.

    You refer to this process as a "thin finish". Remington refers to using TriNyte as a protective coating. Are they the same?

    Is Nitron blackening a coating or is it an actual blackening of the stainless? Like the blueing process on regular steel.
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    Pretty nice looking stuff, makes me wonder if my Redhawk could pull off the blacked out look.

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