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Cerakote BCG?

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by tbone86, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. tbone86


    May 12, 2009
    Houston, TX
  2. Constructor

    Constructor Moderator

    Dec 10, 2009
    paint will wear off in days

  3. NeverMore1701

    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

    Jun 25, 2004
    Amarillo, Tx
    I'd just go with a good (BCM works fine) auto BCG.
  4. furioso2112


    Dec 12, 2007
    I have never heard or read anything about the product you mention, but I have heard plenty - all very positive - about the BCM BCGs. Also, Look at the Young Manufacturing National Match chrome BCG - I have one and love it. I bought the heavy version from PKFirearms. After cleaning it, I am shy to shoot any non-chrome BCG. Little more than a wipe off was necessary to get it spotless after a couple hundred rounds of Prvi Partizan. Saving the cleaning hours over the BCGs lifetime makes it WELL worth the extra dollars to me - I think it was a bit over $200 shipped. IIRC, a BCM full auto BCG is about $135 + shipping. I have not used a BCM bolt, and would not hesitate to (unless, of course, it was because I had to clean the bolt and also could choose to shoot a chrome bolt).
  5. GuySDS


    Feb 1, 2010
    Hey this is Guy from Superior Defense Solutions, I happened to come across this thread and hope to shed some light on the issue. Cerakote is a spray on ceramic that reduces heat and self lubricates. The product can be applied to pretty much anything such as barrels, and for you car guys pistons, intakes, and exhaust systems. As far as it wearing off, Cerakote is very tough and much better than other coatings such as Duracote check here to find out more Superior Defense Solutions. The only thing that will wear is the bottom of your BCG which happens somewhere around the 1000 round mark just like Young carriers. If you go HERE and scroll to the bottom the skull BCG and the Punisher have had well over 5000 rounds and the Punisher BCG was ran by a SWAT team member so who knows how many rounds have been through that, and well you see how they look. Hey if you have any questions shoot me a email at

    Thanks, Guy
  6. Constructor

    Constructor Moderator

    Dec 10, 2009
    All I can say is I tried the stuff and it wore off just like most things on a BCG sliding back and forth in a anodized receiver.