Just DuraCoated: Teal Glock 17 and Pink Lady RIA 38 Special

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    Just DuraCoated: Teal Glock 17 and Pink Lady RIA 38 Special

    Here is the latest out of our lab. Sorry it's been a while since our last DuraCoat post, it's been pretty hectic out there!

    First up is a Glock 17 with the slide, trigger, and controls DuraCoated in teal! This one was for a customers little girl and she loves it!
    Second in the lineup is a Rock Island Armory 38 special DuraCoated in pink lady!

    Let us know what you think and if you would like to have one of your firearms re-finished or purchase one from us with a custom finish already applied! We DuraCoat almost all makes and models and have a wide range of colors and camo/digital patterns to choose from! Thank you for checking us out.

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    That "teal" is an unusual color. I had to look at the PIC a couple of different times and decided that I kinda like it.
    As an artist I am very familiar with the color though this is the very first time that I have ever seen its use on a firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    That "teal" is an unusual color. I had to look at the PIC a couple of different times and decided that I kinda like it.
    As an artist I am very familiar with the color though this is the very first time that I have ever seen its use on a firearm.
    Glad you like it! Check out our other stuff on facebook: www.facebook.com/tzarmory
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    Let us know what you think!

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    Nice work!
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    Nice work. Im not a glock fan but doing the slide trigger and the mag base makes it stand out and I like that.

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    WHY?
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    Thanks for the support everyone! The customers are very happy with how they turned out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSRTEAGLE357 View Post
    WHY?
    The eternal question.

    I think people just like to add a personal touch to their firearms. The DuraCoat is tough and utilitarian as well as being a protective finishing coat. Often some firearms do need to be refinished so...might as well have it done a color that you like.

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    Very "Miami Vice"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    The eternal question.

    I think people just like to add a personal touch to their firearms. The DuraCoat is tough and utilitarian as well as being a protective finishing coat. Often some firearms do need to be refinished so...might as well have it done a color that you like.
    I couldn't agree more. Personalization and protection. Two main reasons for DuraCoating your firearm. Thanks for the post!

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