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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by kpayne, Jul 21, 2012.
I seen something about duracoat but it made me believe it was for the slide
You might want to be in contact with argyle armoring. He actually performs the service and can tell you about what duracoat is, other names for it, and what it applies to. Plus, it's always nice to help each other out on here. Here is a link to his services page: http://argylearmoring.com/Services.html
$120 is a decent price in my opinion and as you can see, you can get just the frame done. Good luck!
+1 on Argyle Armorer great guy and wonderful work
Send your frame to me. I can change the color using cerakote. It's more durable than duracoat.
Here is what just the frame looks like in Flat Dark Earth (FDE).
Hey do you do any camo work?
Sure do. It costs more but I do have it available.
Duracoat is not bad, but cerakote is better! Just my opinion.
This is exactly why I use cerakote. I only use the best on and in every gun I work on.
Do you have samples specifically something in a desert sand color. It's for a G20SF entire gun
Here you go.
Nice!!! Love the Glock in desert digi cam. Scared to ask how much?!
It's not that bad.
Dose the coating affect the grip at all? Dose it make it less aggressive on the RTF and gen 4 models?
That desert digicam is on an RTF2 and doesn't change the aggressive feel at all. If anything it adds a tad bit of grip since it's not as smooth as the rest of the frame.
Interesting, I've been tossing around the idea of doing one of my 19RTF2's. What would I be looking at doing the frame something like this?
That s**t is sweet
Can I just puchase a can of this stuff?