Teflon or parkerizing and auto? Advisable?


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BoneDigger
December 20, 2006, 12:16 AM
I have a P90 Ruger with some scratches on it. I'd like to redo it so it looks good, but not pay an arm and a leg.

Is teflon coating or parkerizing adviseable? Which is more durable and which is cheaper?

How about camo dipping?

Ruger offers refinishing of their guns, but "not the aluminum frame" which I guess means they only will do the slide, which isn't overlly useful for me.

Or, should I just leave it alone, shut up, and start shooting...

Todd

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kenpocop
December 20, 2006, 12:40 AM
Based on what I have been told, you can't parkerize aluminum or stainless steel, which probably take your pistol out of that market.

I believe that you can teflon both, but you will probably need to shop around for a good price.

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