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    I talked to them as well and they quoted me $145 for the carrier and bolt head. They offer a 10% discount in May for all parts right now.

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    Glock35: "I had my carrier & receiver coated"

    You had your entire receiver coated??? I'd like to see pics of that.

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    It was coated black on top of it; it didn't adhere well (it's held up, just not 100% solid; I also don't treat it like a queen). I cheaped out, was going to have Roguard on top.
    I was thinking about removing the black coating sometime...if I ever do I'll leave the NP3 silver for a bit, due to laziness if anything, & snap a couple photos.

    In the future, whenever that is, I"ll probably have ionbond coating done to the receiver and leave it for like that for a decade at least. I'm not a stickler for "no-scratches" on the gun; I don't fill it in if I see NP3 showing.
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    It is my understanding that you can not coat or paint on top of NP3. It doesn't stick?

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    must be some good stuff if paint doesn't even stick....my carrier in my SW is coated....easy wipe down after shooting!

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    Great...thanks guys. Like I need another gun "accessory" to spend money on. Crap! I wish this coating never existed b/c now I'm curious and must consider it for my NFA stuff.

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    HH,

    You shot NP3ed bolts in my M4, MP5 and MM23e.... at the Big Sandy.

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    Can they do the extractor and firing pin too? This sounds like a great idea to me since I have a bunch of corrosive ammo tucked away
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obiefox View Post
    Glock35: "I had my carrier & receiver coated"

    You had your entire receiver coated??? I'd like to see pics of that.
    Here's an AR15 pic from the site. I am surprised that they will chrome aluminum


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harris51 View Post
    It is my understanding that you can not coat or paint on top of NP3. It doesn't stick?
    Subjective on what how good they want it to adhere; A3 took it off, possibly would of done better if allowed to cure a month (resin epoxy, so I dunno).
    Solvents do not take it off; I haven't poured my Montana Xtreme Copper Killer on it though :)

    Been several years & I don't baby it, that's for sure.

    I edited my previous post; Ionbond is what I'd coat the receiver in, in hindsight... maybe in the next year or so I will have it done..
    Last edited by Glock35; 05-11-2011 at 11:31 PM.

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