Fellow BOG's I've talked to Pete Rafferty of RMPgunworks www.rmpgunworks.com of Topeka, Kansas. He is a certified applicator of Duracoat firearms finish of Lauer weaponry www.lauerweaponry.com here in my neck of the woods. I met him last july with Mr. Bill loughridge of Cylinder and slide during the kansas city gun collectors gunshow. I had a very good experience with duracoat particularly in its ease of application. Now, one of my plan is to introduce this product in the Philippines. I tried "guncoat" and the main problem with this product is it can not handle cleaning solvent particularly the dreaded GASOLINE which is basicaly used by many gun owners. I first tried DURACOAT last August and after the prescribed "curing Time" I soaked my 1911 in a bucket of Gasoline for 24hrs. To my surprise the finish is still intact. and not gummy compared to Gunkote and AlumaHyde. My first batch of Duracoat Finish had arrived in manila last week. I might try it first in our local environment to see how will it hold against the humidity during the application process. After this I might ask for volunteer pistols for trials before I jump in on the importation process. So I hope to meet with you all fellow BOG's in the next coming months. Thanks BTW, meron na ba nag market nito sa atin? Salamat po.