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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by John Brown, Jun 12, 2010.
is that NP3?
Looks great John
It is. The full treatment.
that's what i thought. i like NP3
Beautiful! NP3 is one of the BEST finishes imho...and it looks SO sweet! How long was your turn around time? I haven't sent one to Robar for some time and wondered how long your wait was. I am reallly wanting to send in one of my 1911's...and I think your picture might just have convinced me! So THANK YOU!
Last one I sent was my Beretta...
NP3 is a great treatment. The best qualities of nickel, mixed with some Teflon!
Notice, too....it's a Series I.
Good looking Kimber, it's a shame they don't do that same melt treatment for the newer CDPs.
That looks great! I'm having Chuck bobtail and refinish my CDP Pro in a stainless colored Cerakote. Your's turned out great.
I was noticing that they really backed off of the melt. I like the "bar of soap" look on these pistols.
Looks great congrats!
Yeah, the new CDP IIs don't have nearly as pronounced a melt.
Very nice indeed
Nice looking finish you got there. Congrats!
SAAAAWEEET! Glad to see some folks souping up the CDP. I know a guy that is about to have his tricked out like no ones business. Can't wait to see it Joe.
That looks great. I got a blue Kimber Raptor I was thinking about having NP3
great looking pistol