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The latest in Gun Tough Coatings...CERAMIC! :biggrin2:

Here is The Battleship Gray....kinda nice. I like it.:yup:

$100.00 bucks for a pistol.

DVCUSTOM GUN-KOTE
A DURABLE POLYMER FINISH FOR ALL GUNS

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IT RESISTS, FUELS, ALKALINE CLEANERS AND MOST ACIDS.

DVCUSTOM GUN-KOTE IS EXTREMELY TOUGH, IMPACT AND SCRATCH RESISTANT.

IT HAS GREAT LUBRICATING QUALITIES.

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PRICES: Complete Pistol-$100;
AR-15 -$250;
870 Remington Shot Gun-$200
CUSTOM COLORS AVAILABLE FOR AN ADDITIONAL COST

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Looks good QK - and appears to be very resistant to stuff.

If durable as Tenifer or Black T etc then worthy of consideration. That color in the pic quite nice but I think I'd plump for flat dark grey.

Thx for the info.
 

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Not sure if it would be as tough a tenifer.

My experience with regular Gun Kote is that it stays looking great much longer if the sharp edges of the firearm are "Melted" AKA Broken for carry.

I'm guessing that the addition of ceramic would make it much more scuff resistant.
 
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