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    Quote Originally Posted by Klaus Von Richter View Post
    Looks good, I’m about to start a HK53 soon after I do my MP5. I would suggest a cheap TIG welder. You can get better welds and really control your heat.

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    Yes I agree and that looks pretty good! I just dont have a spot to put one is the issue. They let me use the mig at work, but I asked about getting a tig output for it and they shot that down pretty fast so.

    Too bad too. I think they could use it.

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    I'm glad the cut wasn't too severe. This build is impressive, you got skills and I like that gray cerakote. I think that's the perfect color for this build.

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    I think Ive settled on the grey. Just a few more things to address and Ill get it off to my guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by chase45 View Post


    I think Ive settled on the grey. Just a few more things to address and Ill get it off to my guy
    It should look great!!!

    Tony

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    Are you going to parkerize before paint? That whats I been doing, I parkerize and then duracoat. It is extremely durable and then the inside of the receiver is parkerized.

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    Heres how the subs do

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    Watched it twice...very cool man.

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    Nice video, I’m getting the last pieces together for my 53 build.

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    @chase45
    Very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klaus Von Richter View Post
    Are you going to parkerize before paint? That whats I been doing, I parkerize and then duracoat. It is extremely durable and then the inside of the receiver is parkerized.
    Probably not just because its another step. I would love to one day have my own little shop where I could park and also cerakote. But I would most certainly agree this is the best way to go about it. I bet the cerakote would hold up much better on the park as well.

    I only need to finish welding up the rear sight and Im also going to add a F type sling weldment to the front sight, which I also still need to pin.

    I figure Ill knock that out this week and let my guy have it for next week to do the coat job

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