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Old 01-18-2013, 07:12 PM   #11
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Can I up load pics



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Old 01-18-2013, 07:13 PM   #12
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Yea I have a two sd9ve I wanna paint the slide black and I was thinking the the frame od green
Can you duracoat the plastic frame? I thought most of the gun paint required some heat curing?

There are some shops who do this professionally, for a price. http://www.ccrrefinishing.com/information.html


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Some duracoat is chemically cured rather than heat. Its supposed to be ideal for polymer firearm parts

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Some duracoat is chemically cured rather than heat. Its supposed to be ideal for polymer firearm parts
Did not know that; very interesting.
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All the duracoat kits with the prevalent sprayer are all chemically cured. I used these kits on over 6 firearms. I mainly used them in the first place because most the parts I was doing wouldn't fit in my oven.now that all the parts are coated im really happy with the results, nice and even, very durable

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Uggggghhhh - *GAG*

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Paint is for cars and houses, not guns.
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I HAVE been thinking about parkerizing my house, though.........


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