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#6146651 - 01/21/16 11:42 AM cerakote?
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can you cerakote an HS Precision stock? this may be the dumbest question of the day, but i'm not too familiar with cerakote process.

Edited by Tipps (01/21/16 11:43 AM)

#6146681 - 01/21/16 11:55 AM Re: cerakote? [Re: Tipps]
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#6146685 - 01/21/16 11:58 AM Re: cerakote? [Re: Tipps]
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If it is hard and can be put in an oven it can be cerekoted. They also have a dry cure cerekote for things that can be baked but it's not as durable.
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#6147151 - 01/21/16 03:19 PM Re: cerakote? [Re: Tipps]
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#6147237 - 01/21/16 04:04 PM Re: cerakote? [Re: Tipps]
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Do not bake a HS stock. Very high probability it will come un-laminated. They say that specifically in the literature that comes with them. I wouldn't be scared of the air cure Cerakote one bit though. I have sprayed a bunch of it, and it holds up pretty good. Sure, it isn't quite as tough as the thermal cure, but still pretty good.


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