i am looking to paint my glock frames with od green. some of them see a lot of holster time so i would like a tough finish. i would like to paint once and not have to repaint after a little use and abuse of the weapon. right now i am looking at brownells GUN-KOTE or ALUMA-HYDE. mostly because they come in a spray can and i don't want to go around buying fancy airbrush kits i might need for other spray finishes. the only difference i can find between the two is that GUN-KOTE is a bake on (via oven or sun?) which leads me to believe it would be tougher than ALUMA-KOTE which i believe is air cure. does anyone have any experience with either of brownells finishes be it GUN-KOTE or ALUMA-KOTE? which one is in fact tougher? again my application is plastic pistol frames (and plastic accessories). thank you for your time and experience, gentlemen.