Aquila has been using Cerakote
has been using this coating for several years for law enforcement
applications. This coating is very impressive and is the best
coating we have used. We now use it as the standard coating on
our custom rifles.
Cerakote Firearm Coatings offers
custom firearm finishes, including high temperature firearm
coatings, Gen II firearm coatings, clear ceramic firearm coatings,
and dry film lubricant firearm coatings.
has started using DuraCoat because of itís extreme durability. We
have all the DuraCoat colors and several custom mixes. If there is a
color that you want and itís not listed, we may be able to custom
mix it for you. Additionally, we can apply all of the camo
DuraCoat is permanent and with normal use, a firearm finished with
DuraCoat will last several lifetimes.
DuraCoat's combination of elasticity and hardness creates a finish
impervious to impact, scratching and the elements. Some users say
DuraCoat displays some lubricating qualities, but this phenomenon
was never intended when DuraCoat was created. In the case of firearm
finishes, a common misconception is "harder is better". This is
faulty "old school thinking". Hardness means brittle and brittle
means chipping. DuraCoat, being elastic, will not chip. Elasticity
provides protection by "giving" when confronted with impact.
Elasticity also helps prevent scratches and mars.
DuraCoat is well suited for salty environments. One of DuraCoat's
attributes is its extreme ability to resist salt corrosion. A
firearm coated with DuraCoat simply will not rust...EVER!
DuraCoat can withstand temperatures as high has 500-600 degrees F.
With "normal" shooting, your barrel will never get close to being
that hot. If you are fortunate enough to own a transferable machine
gun, DuraHeat coating can handle temperatures up to 1,800 degrees F.
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