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|12-24-2012, 03:24 PM||#1|
Love the look of stainless, but not the weight. So I did the next best thing and cerakoted my P226. If you're interested, contact Tim at Cerakote Gun Coating Cerakote Gun Finishes Gun Re-Finishing DuraCoat Robar NP3 Phoenix AZ.
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|12-25-2012, 08:54 AM||#6|
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Looks nice. I have a P238 that the coating is wearing off on the slide where it touches my skin. I carry this piece in the summer daily, well nearly daily, I may carry my Kimber Ultra Crimson Carry at times depending on where I am going. So I may be contacting them. How much?
|01-13-2013, 10:14 AM||#9|
Sorry for the late response and, yes, the internal surfaces are coated as well. It's turning out easier to clean since the color is silver and not black. Easier to see where the carbon is building up.
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