Refinishing is a great way to customize your weapon while protecting it from damage. The finishes we use provide excellent chemical and corrosion protection even on internal components. The thin buildup allows most assemblies to function normally and there is a dry lube effect. Things to look out for are extreme heat (suppressors) and adhesives. If you have a can that is expected to get glowing hot then we can provide options. Be aware that there is a mold release effect which makes it difficult for grip tapes to stick.
If you have an older gun with a worn finish or one that is showing signs of rust, we can help! The standard refinishing process is a great way to preserve the exterior of a weapon. The color gun metal blue gives the look of a well-polished traditional bluing job. If there is minor pitting, we usually do not use filler and allow the coating to adhere direct to metal. This halts the rust and protects from future corrosion. If there are large pits or scratches, we will evaluate them and provide you with options.