Cerakote Stealth

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by bmgm37, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. bmgm37

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    Cerakote is neat stuff. Fantastic abrasion resistance among other properties. I don't have any firearms with it but recently picked up a very cool cerakoted flashlight body which you might find of interest.

    I like orange. Sorry if too far off topic.
     
  3. RangerEric

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    My poor rusty Kimber slide is currently in the process of being Cerakoted.
     
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    I am having a Winchester 1300 done in Olive Drab right now, cant wait to see it. Orange is my favorite color also as you can see from my avatar :D But I thought the shotgun might look a little funny orange.
     
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    Looks good. What's old is new again. Do you spray it on? Does it come in orange? :)
     
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    looks interesting...so is it 1 finish? or 2 finish jobs in one? (one for normal refinishing one for ir camo)
    i guess I wouldn't mind having one of my rifles done in multicam or digital for daytime and cerakote stealth for night...although if it costs a lot...mmmm iunno.
     
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    Great - now what happens when you set your gun down while you are taking a pee and can't find it again. ;)
     
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    Got my Winchester 1300 back and got a new stock set for Christmas....

    1300win2.jpg

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  9. Noxspector

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    Is this a two part or one part chemical/epoxy? I have used moly coating for several years and have wanted to start playing with Cerakote and maybe a little Durakoting as well. What is the curing process of Cerakote?
     
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    This is Norrell's Moly. Brownell's is very similar I would guess.

    http://www.johnnorrellarms.com/molyresin_msds.asp
     
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    It's pretty easy to work with one part material that wears pretty dam good from my use so far. I want to start working with other coatings so I can have a bit more color selection to work with. I figure Cerakote would be the best choice for coating high temp suppressors. I like the idea of working with DuraKote, but I am of the understanding that it won't hold up as well as Moly, but is better than Krylon.

    However for the most part I have been very happy with the Moly. Norrel's tan colors do take a lot more to cover though than the black or OD green.


    My first Moly coating job. Brownell's OD and Black shown. Norrell's OD is much more OD that the Brownell's.
     

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