Gun Coatings Can Give Your Firearm Personality
The Difference Between Gun Coatings
CerakoteThis is our preferred method of coating, and it’s actually one of the simplest available. One of the biggest problems with other gun coatings out there is that they attract dust particles, which, in the long run, may cause abrasions.
While all of these are legitimate coating methods, we tend to favor cerakote® for its self-lubrication and the heat reduction. After all, there’s nothing better than being able to spend more time on the range and less time twiddling your thumbs between cool downs.
We'd love to hear your thoughts and keep the conversation going in the comments below. Is your firearm coated, if so tell us which type of coating and what you love about it.
- OffHand Gear Kiss My Brass Hand Guard / Rifle: Customer Submitted Photo by James
- 1937 Soviet Nagant Courtesy of Girls Like Guns Too
- Purple Anodized Range Photo Courtesy of Sun Devil Manfacturing
- Cerakote Image: Pictured OffHand Gear Hand Guards, Skull in Robin Egg Blue, Rose Vine in Sig Pink, Fleur D Lis in Bright Purple.
- Nickel Boron Receiver Set by Mega Arms