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Old 11-20-2011, 04:59 AM   #1
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Interested in the nickel coating now that they are putting on some of the glocks. Does anyone have a glock with that coating? I'm wondering how well it holds up and the possible benefits of it are?



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Old 11-23-2011, 12:22 AM   #2
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Anybody know anything



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Thanks for all the input......not

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May be no input because there may not be anyone here who has any thoughts or experience on it.

Sorry. It happens.

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Maybe so. I hope I hear something soon

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The NiB-X coating is harder than tennifer, melonite, nickel teflon, and hard chrome. It provides environmental corrosion protection, is very lubricious, and easy to clean. Less maintenance and high reliability offers an enhanced performance from a gun coated with NiB-X.
GLOCK 27 NiB-X-www.glockmeister.com

"lubricious", i like the sound of that.
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You can also check out rockyourglock.com or robar finishing



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