CERAMIC COATING

FIREARMS, KNIVES, HOT ROD PARTS, BOAT PARTS, ETC.

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Ceramic coating involves the use of a product called Cerakote™ developed by NIC Industries™ after great research into firearms and their respective coatings. Cerakote provides excellent corrosion protection, outstanding abrasion resistance, extreme hardness, and unmatched durability. Each coating has a unique ultra slick feel, while providing sleek satin or matte finish.  It is also used as a final finish over parkerizing.

These coatings surpass Teflon and most other coatings for wear resistance by well over 60%, according to testing by an independent laboratory. Coating hardness is approximately 9H and is 1 to 1.5 mil in thickness. One example of durability has been exposure to a 5% salt spray in excess of 1000 hours with no adverse affect.

The process we follow involves:

• Complete Disassembly
• Degrease or bathe
• Remove rust, dents, scratches, and other imperfections as requested.
• Bead blast the surface and dust for maximum adhesion.
• Mask, plug, or block surfaces to not be coated
• Apply appropriate number of coatings
• Oven cure or air cure as appropriate
• Polish if required
• Reassemble

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Titanium Blue Ceramic

Titanium Blue Ceramic

Titanium Green Stainless

Titanium Green Stainless

Titanium Green Stainless
     
Marlin 336 w/ shortened barrel Ceramic coated and refinished
Savage 311 in Stainless and Titanium Blue Savage 311 in Stainless and Titanium Blue Marlin 336 – barrel shortened to 16”
ceramic coated
wood refinished
Remington 870
two tone ceramic coated
Remington 870
two tone ceramic coated
Remington 870
two tone ceramic coated
Savage 67E shotgun before and after Ceramic coating by The Shooters Roost The Shooters Roost Ceramic Coating on Savage 67E shotgun  
Savage 67E
12 Gauge shotgun
Before
Savage 67E
12 Gauge shotgun
Midnite Green Ceramic coating
 

Some retail ceramic coating prices are listed on our pricing page.

Dealers program available for FFL holders.

The services we offer may require us to see your specific needs in order to quote a price. Often this can be done via email and/or scanned pictures.

Please contact us for an estimate or for more details.


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