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Water Transfer Imaging on guns what do you think?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by jmurray192, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. jmurray192

    jmurray192 wilsonville oregon Active Member

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    Well looking into Water Transfer Imaging. Dont know anything about it. I found some really cool looking guns with it done. Cost right at the same cost of cerakote. Cant really find anything about the durablity of it. Im going to do my sig 716 to look just like this one. Only if I can find more info on it. Anyone here in oregon do this. I was going to see about cerakote but people wouldnt take the job.


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  2. Creeper

    Creeper Ravensdale, WA. Member

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    I use Northwest HydroPrint. It's quite durable the way they do it. The gun is bead blasted, primed, dipped and finished with several coats of clear epoxy finish. It's actually better than some of the dip camo finishes that firearms mfgs. use. They charge $280 to do an AR.

    Cheers,
    C