12247093_1300344503324614_4715139695942443610_n

Do your research when choosing an applicator for your Cerakote work. A good place to start is on the Cerakote Firearm Coatings website, www.Cerakote.com and find a “Factory Trained and Certified Cerakote Applicator.” Another good rule of thumb is to remember, “Cheap work isn’t good, and Good work isn’t cheap!” There is a lot of time and work that goes into preparing the parts properly. Our meticulous substrate preparation is the reason we offer a ‘Lifetime Guarantee’ and most others don’t. A decent percentage of my business is redoing work that was done in other shops. I have received firearms that wouldn’t function to guns that were full of sand from not being fully disassembled. This custom AR came to us Cerakoted from another shop. It was done so poorly that I had a hard time removing the handguard. I couldn’t believe how beat up the gas block was once I got the handguard off. With all of the gas being lost, I’m amazed the rifle was still cycling! The Cerakote was really thick and built up in some areas and you could scratch it off with your fingernail in others! It will be as good as new with a proper Cerakote finish from Pinstriping by Rat

Do your research when choosing an applicator for your Cerakote work. A good place to start is on the Cerakote Firearm Coatings website, www.Cerakote.com and find a “Factory Trained and Certified Cerakote Applicator.” Another good rule of thumb is to remember, “Cheap work isn’t good, and Good work isn’t cheap!” There is a lot of time and work that goes into preparing the parts properly. Our meticulous substrate preparation is the reason we offer a ‘Lifetime Guarantee’ and most others don’t. A decent percentage of my business is redoing work that was done in other shops. I have received firearms that wouldn’t function to guns that were full of sand from not being fully disassembled. This custom AR came to us Cerakoted from another shop. It was done so poorly that I had a hard time removing the handguard. I couldn’t believe how beat up the gas block was once I got the handguard off. With all of the gas being lost, I’m amazed the rifle was still cycling! The Cerakote was really thick and built up in some areas and you could scratch it off with your fingernail in others! It will be as good as new with a proper Cerakote finish from Pinstriping by Rat

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.