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    Quote Originally Posted by Abnrmlmind View Post
    ... I just put it in a electric smoker ...
    How did it taste?

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    That looks really good

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    Chewy..
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    Wow, that looks fantastic and I'm normally not a fan of cerakote at all.
    Last edited by mnynm; 02-25-2020 at 12:04 AM.

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    Looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abnrmlmind View Post
    I had someone show me slightly and I just put it in a electric smoker. this is the 3rd or 4th time ive sprayed anything.
    I'm doing the same thing. I bake at 250 for 2 hours for H-series. 2 hours at 275 for E-series. I've done a lot of ARs and my USP slide. I really like E-series for barrels. I just sprayed the V-series which is fairly new for a high-heat suppressor coating. That turned out great but I haven't shot it yet so I can't comment on the performance.

    If you want to Cerakote, you really need to make an investment or already have a few things like a nice sand blast cabinet, large air compressor, and other various supplies. Here in Florida, I have to have a refrigerated air dryer that sits inline between the compressor and gun/blast cabinet. It's just too humid here. Especially if you have a compressor that's constantly running. I did a write up a while ago showing some of my process and gear when I did a USP slide.

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    You did a nice job!
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    Very nice work!

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    Congrats on an extremely fine job. Looks factory perfect. You should be proud.

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    Spraying is the easy part. But holy hell do I hate reassembling USP frames. I usually don't like any color pistols, but that looks great in "baby poop."

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