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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Grago, Apr 4, 2021.
Very nice !
Looks great grago
Can anyone that had a cerakoted firearm (w/ heavy use) tell me how the finish lasts relative to bluing? It looks nice for sure just curious if it can take a beating as well.
had a 1100 reciever done, it did fine, never heard anything bad about it, maintenance free, no oiling or anything , wont rust , very durable, as to your question, in my opinion, very more durable than bluing, if you like the looks of it. Hard to beat the look of nice bluing on a fancy wood gun, but if you want durability cerakote is the way to go, and not really that expensive.
wow, Looks great
Love it, Grago. Super cool!
Looks awesome. I like it.
Love it! Looks very good.
I cerakoted a duck gun that would get a skim of rust just thinking of going hunting. The cerakote isn’t invincible, but has held up better than I expected.
Headed West , I wasnt aware of that, I thought it was supposed to have a guarantee , not to rust or anything else, guess I stand corrected.
It rusted BEFORE the Cerakote. No problems since.
ok, I misunderstood you..
I like it. I have a model 74 that would look nice like that.