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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck855 View Post
    How would this process affect the bore and barrel of a non-crome lined firearm? How would corrosive ammo affect it in a CZ 858? How much for it to be done to a NR CZ 858 with the factory paint still on it?
    Rauch's nitrocarburizing process was supposed to protect the barrel for corrosive salts and even increase muzzle velocity. I am wondering if the Nitron finish does the same...? Also curious about pricing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparq View Post
    Just thinking out loud here, if one were to apply this treatment to a stainless revolver, should one expect to see it wearing off around the usual cylinder "drag line" area? (frequent metal-to metal contact) or should we expect some longevity even there?
    I was wondering this too! Thought it might be nice on a charter arms gun, how much would it cost to do and how durable is it, do you think it would wear through on the cylinder drag area
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    Any chance you can post some before and after comparison pictures? The gun looks great but I have never held a scout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by studstin View Post
    Any chance you can post some before and after comparison pictures? The gun looks great but I have never held a scout.
    Here is a photo of one nitron finished and the other left stock.

    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 hunterhenderson View Post
    I was wondering this too! Thought it might be nice on a charter arms gun, how much would it cost to do and how durable is it, do you think it would wear through on the cylinder drag area
    It is very tough and durable, but the contact between moving metal will always wear down no matter what finish is applied. It is better for a finish to wear in for a proper break in and fit of a moving part.
    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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    A Ruger Scout just got better its on my wish list and it a short one what calibers are going to be available

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    I have 4 of these rifles left instock and all they come in is 308 winchester.
    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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