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    A pair in green

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    Sig P250C in .40cal, and a Gen 4 Glock 9mm done up in Duracoat Olive Drab. Definitely my favorite color.



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    Looks pretty good. How does that stuff adhear to polymer?

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    You can sand your sliders of your pistols here,To get the same color of olive.
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    Duracoat is designed to spray on direct with no sanding or baking. Just spray and air dry. It adheres to wood, plastic, or metal. Surface must be clean and oil free, no other prep is required. I doubt I will paint the slides, I do like some contrast.

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    I just don't see it, sorry!

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    ?????

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    Interesting..................if youdid it your self, nice work!

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    Hud, there is a little more to it than that. If you air dry it it takes 3 weeks to fully cure. You can give it 20 minutes at 110 degrees and it will be fully cured. Surface prep is critical, and next to parkerizing, polymer is one of the best surfaces to shoot on. I have that dark OD on my G22 frame and it shows no holster wear after two years of carry. I had it on my G35 for USPSA and it had tens of thousands of draws with no wear. It's pretty good stuff as far as paint goes.

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    Whoa those are cool!

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    Nice looking pistols...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hud35500 View Post
    Duracoat is designed to spray on direct with no sanding or baking. Just spray and air dry. It adheres to wood, plastic, or metal. Surface must be clean and oil free, no other prep is required. I doubt I will paint the slides, I do like some contrast.
    I don't blame you. I would prefer the contrast of black/OD green too. Makes one feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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