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    Yes they do extractors and firing pins.... I have yet to find something that will take it off, however, it is a cold electroless process, so I am sure something would.

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    Only downside to NP3 on bolt head: all those beautiful HK parkings go away. Enough for me to keep it the way it is. If the bolt gets all discolored over time I would consider it.
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    If you NP3 the whole bolt assembly, all that crud that normally sticks to it will just fall down into your trigger pack.
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    Yes, and it also drips down onto the fed mech and then onto your clothing and hands... but the guns purr like a kitten. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harris51 View Post
    Yes, and it also drips down onto the fed mech and then onto your clothing and hands... but the guns purr like a kitten. :)
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    I wonder of carbon drippings will fluoresce???

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    pnutlee- I am thinking about doing this as well (for a HK 53). I had a P7 done and it is fantastic stuff. I think I will eventually do it for more of my bolts and carriers. Are the prices you mentioned for Np3 or NP3 Plus? Also, I am contemplating sending the cocking tube as well. ANy thoughts on NP3 for the cocking tube?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lima6 View Post
    pnutlee- I am thinking about doing this as well (for a HK 53). I had a P7 done and it is fantastic stuff. I think I will eventually do it for more of my bolts and carriers. Are the prices you mentioned for Np3 or NP3 Plus? Also, I am contemplating sending the cocking tube as well. ANy thoughts on NP3 for the cocking tube?
    Prices I listed are not firm, but best guesses based on a phone conversation..............that said, they were based on standard NP3. I am not sure that the added corrosion resistance of the plus product is worth the extra cash. Also, the cocking tube support isn't a high wear part. It doesn't cycle with the action, so the lower coefficient of friction isn't necessarily doing a lot for you in this area. To gain maximum cost benefit, I would stick to parts that move regularly in contact with other metal components. I would love to do my trigger pack internals also, but that is a project for another day.

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    yes yes yes I have NP3 a couple of g3 s ,45 compact, 1911,BAR, and all ran great even without lube they cleanup with just a cloth with mild cleaner best thing you can do
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    thanks pnutlee- I agree cocking tube is not at all a close tolerance or highly cycled part, but I am so anal or obsessive-compulsive that it really bothers me to see the inevitable bare metal on the cocking tube after a while. SO I thought NP3 might be a way to keep that bare metal from giving me sleepless nights. Plus, I think with the carrier NP3 showing through the ejection port and the cocking tube NP3 showing just a sliver, surrounded by HK black, it would look pretty sweet. I think I'm going to go for it- extra cost should be marginal I think for just the additional cocking tube.

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