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Hi all!

I've decided to apply the nickel teflon treatment to the trigger assembly of my P30. However, I've noticed on the forums that part of the package for Gray guns (or Bill Springfield? Forgive me if I'm wrong...) is that they also coat the firing pin and FP block.

So my question to you is this:
What are the appreciable benefits of also coating the FP/B?
I understand the reasoning behind the trigger parts but what benefit could this possibly have besides maybe reducing the interval for deep cleaning the FP assembly?

Also, seeing as though I don't live in the States :( I'll be getting this done by a local company that doesn't specialise in firearms parts. So my next question is this:
Anybody know what kind of prep is required of the parts for the nickel ptfe treatment? Can it be applied directly to the factory nitrided parts and if so, can the FP be coated as is?

Thanks for the input, much appreciated!

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Darwin
 

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Maybe see if your local company can contact Robar in Arizona. They are experts at coating firearms. Perhaps an international partnership is in the offing? Here's a link:

Robar's Home Page

Welcome to the forum!

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Thanks Paddy ;)

I think I'll try get ahold of Robar myself and speak to the guys over there. I've heard they are the best, I'm sure they wouldn't mind helping me out a bit!
 
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