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Refinishing Excellent Deal!

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Lyptix, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. Lyptix

    Lyptix NRA MEMBER

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    Since my other thread was getting cluttered; I started this thread to keep things less confusing for forum members who have not seen this. Also tried to answer most questions I have had in one post.

    I have some extra Duracoat and some spare time so I thought I would see if any of you guys needed anything Duracoated.

    Duracoat can be applied to metals, plastics, woods, etc.

    I can do any item you want done.
    Mags, slides, uppers, grips, knives, parts etc....
    ( cannot do complete firearms per ATF )

    The colors I have on hand are

    - HK Black
    - OD Tactical Green
    - Stainless Steel
    - Tactical Dark Earth
    - Desert Mirage Sand
    - Desert Mirage Lizard
    - Desert Mirage Tan
    - Desert Mirage Brown
    - Satin Clear


    $20 per slide return shipping included - insurance extra.

    I would also do it for barter....

    I do have sand blasting capability but extra charges would apply.

    I have dealt with many forum members in the past and I also have over 1200 feedback on ebay.

    Here is a link to my Photobucket (just a few) to see some of my before/ afters/ and some completed work
    ....
    http://s63.photobucket.com/albums/h131/lyptix/Duracoat/
     
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  2. 1sharpedge

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    So in your standard process you dont sand blast, just Duracoat over original finish? How well does this hold up opposed to sand blasting before Duracoat?
     

  3. Lyptix

    Lyptix NRA MEMBER

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    No I only sandblast if the slide needs it as stated above.

    Original finish, usually blueing, parkerizing, etc actually give a great base for Duracoat to adhere to. I also bake on the finished product which significantly speeds up the curing time and durability.

    Please send any future questions to me via PM, as I am trying to avoid my thread being cluttered with questions like it was in my last ad.

    Thank you. :cool: