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Has anyone on here Duracoated or Cerakoted their P series or HK45 frame?

I found this using a google search and really love how it came out. The site said it's "Tactical Black and Tactical Extreme Gray" duracoat.

Does anyone know a technique to neatly mask off the "spiderman" grips like this?

 

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One quick question did Todd at Customize Creations do the work? He's known for this type of work.
 

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That looks very well done. Most duracoat jobs look too "thick" to me. Of course that isn't a very close up picture.

I would think that you could mask off the webbing with some flexible masking tape. I used to work in the custom auto industry and we would use thin tesa masking tapes.

Precise edges for special designs - Varnishers - tesa tape Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.

These make it easy to follow the lines for small detailed applications.
 

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Does the Duracat really hold up? Do they coat the inside of the frame as well?
It's my understanding Cerakote holds up much better. They also offer a "tactical gray" color.
 

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Has anyone on here Duracoated or Cerakoted their P series or HK45 frame?

I found this using a google search and really love how it came out. The site said it's "Tactical Black and Tactical Extreme Gray" duracoat.

Does anyone know a technique to neatly mask off the "spiderman" grips like this?

Nice looking pistol by the way, I'm impressed.
 

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Wow that is very impressive! Desert tan would look fantastic as well.
 

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P30 in OD green instead of gray
 
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