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Just got word my gun is done !!! had it CeraCoated at Ready Aim Fire in bristol, PA
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Cant say I have ever heard of someone painting their duck gun white.
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Definately not the route I would have gone, but if youre happy with it than good for you.
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But for the $200 it cost to have someone do it, I would go for a camo dip over duracoat or ceracoat any time. I have used guncoat bake on finish on several semi-autos including the bolt and it holds up fansastic but I prefer a more detailed camo pattern than can be provided with spray on finishes.
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