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    Default Spray on finishes

    Any body know where I can get non-bake on finish? I tried to order some dura coat from midway and brownells, but they wont ship up here (even ground).

    I want to tinker around, hell I have like 5 airbrushes laying around and a few guns that could use some work..

    thanks

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    I've ordered Duracoat right from Lauer Weaponry before. You have to pay haz-mat charges, which aren't cheap, but you can the stuff.

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    try some cerakote look up NIC on the web great stuff I too use alot of air brush cost me around 50 bucks to ship a starter pak in 6 colors love the stuff have did around 10 sticks and a few hand good luck is not cheap buts lasts a long while and is fun as heck

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    I don't know if this would interest you and I haven't tried it, but I've heard of guys using spray-in, pick-up box liner.

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    Have a relative/friend in the lower 48 order it and then have them put it in a flat rate box and mail it up to you.
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    I am an autobody painter by trade and use PPG's DPLF 90 Epoxy. Its mixed 2 to 1 with both fast and slow catalyst avail and doesnt need to have a bake. Its plenty tough for the rough and tumble guns ( AR, AK ) and dries with an almost flat appearance. We used to use it for SOA and police flat black hoods, but it doesnt have UV screeners and breaks down after a few years in the raw elements. You can also get it in white, red oxide etc and the colors intermix. The hardeners DONOT. Use resp protection and have ventilation. The LF stands for Lead Free but its still a sprayable epoxy. I have done business with these folks and they both have and custom paint firearms. Good luck!
    http://www.highready.com/index.php?o...d=16&Itemid=26

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    These folks have some nice finishes from plum browning to case color and its quick and easy.

    http://www.ronyoungpatina.com/Detail...38&category=6#
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwolfe View Post
    Have a relative/friend in the lower 48 order it and then have them put it in a flat rate box and mail it up to you.
    Please don't ever do something like this. It is a violation of federal law to knowingly ship hazmat without declaring it.

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