One more glock question

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by kdwolf, Oct 24, 2011.

  1. kdwolf

    kdwolf New Member

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    I posted a couple days ago about my new glock 19, I was thinking about duracoating it to add a little customization. Any one use duracoat? Opinions?
     
  2. Alpha1Victor

    Alpha1Victor New Member

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    I have used it. Im not a big fan of it. It makes your gun look cheap. I doesnt wear well and becomes a pain to have to retouch. Just leave the gun the way it is. If you wanted a pretty gun, you shouldnt have bought a glock;)

    Signing out, Alpha1victor.
     

  3. willfully armed

    willfully armed New Member

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    Duracoat is not resilient.

    Cerakote is a much more durable finish.
     
  4. kdwolf

    kdwolf New Member

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    Lol thanks much guys, I'll check out the cerakote, I'll probably just leave it be though
     
  5. MrWray

    MrWray New Member

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    I would leave it alone,its a glock for petes sake!
     
  6. g17frantz

    g17frantz New Member

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    How many rounds you got down range? Don't be so eager to "pimp" it out yet!
    But if you're just dying to....pimp your stockpile of ammo!
    Just busting your cahones bro!
    But seriously.....
    Cerakote is the better way to go for sure.
    Check the link I'm sending you, it's pretty cool and gives you all the color combinations you can dream of and let's you see what it'll look like! And better yet, the gun sample is a Glock 17!!!!!!!!
    Double bonus!

    http://www.nicindustries.com/guncoater.php
     
    Last edited: Oct 25, 2011
  7. kdwolf

    kdwolf New Member

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    Lol! I feel ya, I'll check out the link, I def don't want to have to re finish every two weeks but I still want to make it my own, the guy at the gun shop said they only made so many of the glocks with the tan bodies which is what I was looking for.
     
  8. Werminator

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    You might also look at hydrodipping. Its a bit more expensive but fairly durable and the hydro dip can be done in many very interesting patterns. Images are more like photos that patches of color...