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I see that Duracoat has come out in a spraycan with the hardener mixed in it already.. Have any of you tried this product yet? I'm thinking about trying it out on one of my duckguns .
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If you try it let us know how it turns out, I am planning to dura coat a gun this spring/ summer when my garage won't need heat to cure it. If the rattle cans do ok maybe I won't have to mess with my airbrush.
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ditto. Have an old 20ga that needs something done. From what I remember, there's a button on the bottom of the can that is pushed in to activate the hardener. You've got like 48 hours before it hardens inside the can.
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I did it and it looked really good and was very durable! It was super easy too! Go for it!
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Corey019 wrote:I did it and it looked really good and was very durable! It was super easy too! Go for it!
How 'bout a picture?
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I watched the YouTube video , looks like it will work great on guns . I too would like to see how your gun turned out .
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