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Looking for a Duracoat source

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by daledut, May 12, 2012.

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  1. daledut

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    After a failed attempt to paint the frame of my S&W 6906 with engine paint, I am now looking for a reliable gun refinisher to duracoat the frame.

    If anyone has used a company and like the results please share the info.

    Thahks,
    Dale
     
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  3. TimboKhan

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    Dale,

    Tons and tons of positive feedback can be found on Duracoat. Follow the instructions to a T, and you should have similar results. If your not comfortable doing so, it's not particularly expensive to pay to have someone duracoat for you, at least as far as I have seen. Here is the product website, where you can order anything you want: Clicky Here!

    Bad results from Duracoat are more related to the "taste" category rather than the performance of the product. If you think your gun will be the hotness if it is all in pink with green levers, trigger, pin, etc... Well, friend, there is nothing any of us can do to help you there!:neener:

    Also, welcome to the High Road!
     
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