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Old 09-26-2013, 11:01 AM   #1
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If youve duracoted, cerakoted or jus painted your glock lets see it id like to cerakote mine and need some ideas!
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Old 09-26-2013, 11:28 AM   #2
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I bought a used G19 and the previous owner had, I guess, wire brushed the (phosphate type) finish off. Tried to get sort of a "polished stainless" look. I think the metal was still protected as the Tennifer treatment goes deeper than the surface. I applied silver Cerakote to the slide.
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Here's my glock 34 gen 4, duracoated magpul fde

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I bought a used G19 and the previous owner had, I guess, wire brushed the (phosphate type) finish off. Tried to get sort of a "polished stainless" look. I think the metal was still protected as the Tennifer treatment goes deeper than the surface. I applied silver Cerakote to the slide.
Oooh that came out really nice!!! I like it!
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Here's my glock 34 gen 4, duracoated magpul fde
Nice i think ill do the same with my glock but with a stainless slide!
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I bought a used G19 and the previous owner had, I guess, wire brushed the (phosphate type) finish off. Tried to get sort of a "polished stainless" look. I think the metal was still protected as the Tennifer treatment goes deeper than the surface. I applied silver Cerakote to the slide.
That turned out quite good I like it
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Here are some I've cerakoted for customers:

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Painting a Glock is like putting lipstick on a pig. The Glocks beauty is in its function.
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This comes to mind.
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This comes to mind.
Must be why so many Glocks are picked for SHTF situations.
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