Cerakote provides excellent protection for firearms in harsh environmental conditions. We’ve been getting ours from Brownells and couldn’t be happier with the results.
Smaller parts, especially screws, are often hard to coat. A friend (a professionally trained painter) showed us a trick using thin cardboard that allows easy application on screws. No more crazy wire bending of alligator clips…
A word of caution, in some curing ovens, even though the temperature is fairly low, the heating elements can get quite hot, so keep the cardboard away from them.
Rifleshooter.com teams up with Brownell’s to update an old AR-15 The following article chronicles our build and is for informational purposes only. Reflecting on the round count for the carbine I am currently shooting, […]
Oversized bolt handles allow shooters rapid bolt manipulation, positive control, and greater clearance from the rifle’s optic. After market bolt knobs come in two basic configurations; those that require the old knob be turned down into a […]
We’ve been using different sprayed on heat cured finishes here for a while. Our favorite is Cerakote, a two-part heat cured ceramic based epoxy. Cerakote provides a durable protective finish that we have come to […]