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Cerakote Ceramic Gun Coating Sale - All 4oz Testers 30% off

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Last Edited by TaCoUseR October 19, 2017 at 09:07 AM
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this is rare sale on 4oz testers
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anyone else ever use Cerakote?
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Quote from burbantuckngdubs
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anyone else ever use Cerakote?
I have a shotgun that came from the factory with Duracoat on the barrel and receiver. It's my primary bird gun. I've had it around six or seven years and the coating still looks brand new. It's lived a somewhat easy life, out of the truck into the field then back in the truck. Or out of the truck into the boat then back in the truck. I don't baby it but I also don't neglect it either.

I have not used Cerakote, but have researched it. There are about five or so different companies offering these types of coatings with Cerakote being the better known one. From my research, regardless of which one you choose, the pre-coating prep and baking the finish on is most important. This also extends to paying a Cerakote dealer or other finishing product dealer to coat your firearm or product. If you pay a dealer to do it make sure they are authorized/licensed by the company or whatever.

Cerakote will wear on a firearm, especially on the slide rails of a pistol or the bolt of a rifle. I believe I've read of holster wear on pistols as well.

Brownell's makes a coating that is supposed to be DIY.

Robar's NP3 is supposed to be the best/most durable, but also is the most expensive and there are no local dealers that I am aware of. I believe you have to ship everything to them. However, it is not supposed to wear, even on moving parts.

Here is a Cerakote training manual I found when researching to make this post. It provides you with the prep and finishing instructions.
https://www.cerakoteguncoatings.c...al-Web.pdf
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How much can I actually Cerakote with a 4 ounce tester?
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How much can I actually Cerakote with a 4 ounce tester?
i found this on the tech sheet.

3.72 sf per ounce

that seems to be quite bit of area
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