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Who Is Good At Cerakote?
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I have a Moseberg 500 that has never been shot. I always kept a coat of CLP on it but it still started to rust in the safe. I think Cerakote is in need.
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I don't have experience with either one, but there are 2 in our area.

Finish First Tactical in Limerick

Patriot Armory and Coatings in Telford

When the competition season ends I plan on taking my RIA to Patriot to get it Cerakoted.
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bigdawgbeav;174073 Wrote:I don't have experience with either one, but there are 2 in our area.

Finish First Tactical in Limerick

Patriot Armory and Coatings in Telford

When the competition season ends I plan on taking my RIA to Patriot to get it Cerakoted.

I also do Cerakote but I'm in the State College area so you'd have to ship it to me. Nice thing though is that when done I can ship it back directly to you.
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Xringshooter;174122 Wrote:
bigdawgbeav;174073 Wrote:I don't have experience with either one, but there are 2 in our area.

Finish First Tactical in Limerick

Patriot Armory and Coatings in Telford

When the competition season ends I plan on taking my RIA to Patriot to get it Cerakoted.

I also do Cerakote but I'm in the State College area so you'd have to ship it to me. Nice thing though is that when done I can ship it back directly to you.


I'd like to know if the sights have to come off my Glock 21; and/or if it's possible to lightly, 'bead blast' the scratches out of the muzzle's slab side areas?
L'enfer c’est les autres, et les choses terribles qu'ils font!'  -  Jean-Paul Sartre  
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Stinger;174151 Wrote:
Xringshooter;174122 Wrote:I also do Cerakote but I'm in the State College area so you'd have to ship it to me. Nice thing though is that when done I can ship it back directly to you.


I'd like to know if the sights have to come off my Glock 21; and/or if it's possible to lightly, 'bead blast' the scratches out of the muzzle's slab side areas?

You can mask them off real good (the front comes off easily if it's a newer model) and then bead blast the slide. What that would do is "cover up" (make them not so noticeable) the scratches by making the slide a rougher texture type finish. I don't do bead blasting (I can, I just have to buy the blasting material) because when Cerakoting, you have to have a rough surface to get the best results. If the scratches are real deep and noticeable, it would be better just to coat the slide. When doing that, the slide gets blasted with 120 grit aluminum oxide which basically removes the scratches and then when coated and cured, the slide looks like new. To just do the slide (Cerakote) isn't too bad, prices are normally around $75.
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xringshooter, thanks for getting back with that information. Not right away, but this is something that I'm going to need to do; so I'll keep your name in mind.
L'enfer c’est les autres, et les choses terribles qu'ils font!'  -  Jean-Paul Sartre  
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