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#6213334 - 03/07/16 05:14 PM Question about firearms coatings
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Registered: 01/31/09
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I wanted to know if there were any substantial advancements in the hydrodipping films. I was going to have my Kimber cerakoted, but before I did, I wanted to see what kind of experience others have had with the dips. The only reason I am considering the dip is because it comes in a ton more colors, and if I use Cerakote I would have to settle for a color that isn't exactly my first choice.
Thanks in advance for your advice/opinions.

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#6213347 - 03/07/16 05:20 PM Re: Question about firearms coatings [Re: Dragonuv]
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The guys I know that do cerekote can mix their own custom colors they can do pretty much anything
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#6213409 - 03/07/16 06:02 PM Re: Question about firearms coatings [Re: Dragonuv]
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colors can be custom mixed and dipping is no where as durable as cerakote, I have experience with both and will not dip again. If it was only for display it might be ok but it chips too easy.
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#6222527 - 03/13/16 10:18 PM Re: Question about firearms coatings [Re: Dragonuv]
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I cerakoted my semi custom Stainless Win M70 300 Win Mag before bedding it in a McMillan stock. I have zero regrets,very a durable finish.

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