Has anyone ever tried the stone texture spray paint on a glock frame? I seen some at Kmart today and was thinking about it.
It won't hold up. You will never get the polymer clean enough to get proper adhesion from something like spray paint, that is why things like Duracoat exist. It won't hold up to holsters, cleaning, gloves, heat, etc. Also the texture paints are very difficult to work with when they do work right. You need to clear coat spray paint and there have even been reports over the years of clear coat eating polymer. Why? Because clear coat heats up as a by product, especially Duplicolor and Dupont.Was just considering. But why. It says for anything from metal to plastic. Any major reasons why not to?
Nah you missed the point. The worn look from use is what is appealing about it to me. Same way we used to do our weapons to match the environment we were in.nukinfuts29 said:Not only is that god awful but it will simply never hold up over time. It just won't. The same effect could be obtained by doing a quality stipple job and then spraying Duracoat. That would be the correct, non half ass way of doing it.
Just rough it up and lay some Duracoat (if you have the setup for it)I have to agree, I tried spray paint on a Hi point 9mm years ago and it stills makes me mad to look at it. Hi points get enough bashing as is.... but spray painted.... oh gad... I'm just thinking of throwing some classic silver duct tape on it and calling it a day.
Anyone else notice the trigger on this thing? Not too mention the fact that it has a pocket clip on it? Not a good combination. I cannot see this ending well........kodiak said:I don't know. I like this quite a bit. Not my weapon...found it on another sight. Think it has a ton of character.
Yeah I got that. And it looks like crap. IMHO of course. I'm with nuckinfuts on this one. Do it right or get a hi point and a can if you want to keep it cheap. Just saying...... Duracoat all the way.kodiak said:Yep...very bad, but that's not what I was focused on.