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Old 07-21-2012, 11:55 AM   #1
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Default NP3'd Shield

I've been without my Shield for several weeks but the wait was well worth it.
Now it is just about perfect, thanks to Robar.

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Old 07-21-2012, 12:16 PM   #2
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Wow! Your M&P Shield look really good. So did you just have the blueing removed or did you have more done than that?

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Wow that looks grate there's just something about chrome and black

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Mark, NP3 is a teflon impregnated electroless nickle finish. Besides looking good it greatly enhances the lubricosity of the metal parts. I've had several pistols done by Robar and their work though expensive is top shelf.



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Robar is an excellent company and their coatings are top shelf. I have had 3 weapons coated and they all have offered excellent reliability, while also providing unmatched holster wear protection.

I think you will find that clean up of your freshly treated weapon will be a breeze.

Congrats on an excellent upgrade!

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Very cool I hadn't seen this before. I may have to get my LC9 spruced up with this NP3 teflon.

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VERY, very nice. Sweet!

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Can they do that to a stainless slide?

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Very nice. I have the Shield in .40. Awesome gun! Where did you get the finger extension from? I need to find one for mine.

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Very nice. I have the Shield in .40. Awesome gun! Where did you get the finger extension from? I need to find one for mine.
The one with the extension is not a Shield - its a M&Pc next to the shield
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