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    Quote Originally Posted by dodo23 View Post
    Right on, I just couldn't remember the word! Thanks Timrah
    You are welcome brother

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    Moeen bhai, of course you are not forgotten and planned to discuss this with you in person coming Sunday. I was thinking of auto paint too as a substitute but wanted to run it past you (high temp paint is too thick for my liking).

    As you know my gunsmithing knowledge is at novice level, I started looking at it from heat perspective as the engine cam covers I painted were subject to -10C to 400C+ temps and the auto paint held up well. Another thing is the lack of local availability (or my lack of local knowledge) of getting any colour made in an aerosol can, good quality colour and canister at that. Duracoat was first choice because of ease of paint, aerosol canister one that is. Would prefer to avoid air compressor and spray gun use ideally. I found matt black paint specifically to be very friendly, without lacquer/clear coat, as spraying over scratches and stone chips etc was so easy and fresh colour would blend in perfectly with old after a few weeks. Will post a pic of my previous car that I spray painted in matt black using around 10 aerosol cans at 5 each!

    Cost is always a consideration. Didnt know that Duracoat was 20k here!! That would be a waste i agree as I'd rather buy ammo with that ...

    Will discuss more on Sunday. See you then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgepacker View Post
    Wouldn't it be ironic if they refused to sell paint
    That thing has highly explosive chemicals I am sure they wont..

    And they were quite strict regarding ammo limits. If your lic had a 50 round limit and U had exhausted it they would send U away politely.
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    There is also Cerakote, that might be exportable to Pakistan.
    Quote Originally Posted by Enigmatic Desires View Post
    That thing has highly explosive chemicals I am sure they wont..

    And they were quite strict regarding ammo limits. If your lic had a 50 round limit and U had exhausted it they would send U away politely.

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    Is any japanese or European brand engine coating or piston cylinder coating available in local market
    Any member may shed some light on nano technology coatings

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    I like to know any information about the availability of Duracoat or Ceracoat in or any Japanese or European brand auto coating in the market.
    In Karachi / Peshawar who is the best to color a gun like genuine with good quality material

    Any member who have information kindly share

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    I hope they can help you with cerakote paints, http://www.shoppingbag.pk/cerakote-s...tan-31532.html

    I did few projects (air cure type) on my own and it is very easy to apply, all you need are the right tools for the job.
    Let me know if I can be of any help.

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    So any more input on the paint jobs? What kind og paint is required....
    I tried to get hold of High Temp engine paint but no sucess in rwp atleast.....I will give normal auto paint a go and see how things turn out......will experiment first with Local tokarev.....
    Enamel paint with matte finish shoukd be fine I guess?.....
    And each coat will be oven baked to ensure durability

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    Order two cans of Rustoluem Camo spray.....will start the work by next week......lets see how it turns off.....rest of the stuff I have researched and understand, just not sure on the primer.....whether to go for it or just give three coats of rustoluem

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballixd View Post
    Order two cans of Rustoluem Camo spray.....will start the work by next week......lets see how it turns off.....rest of the stuff I have researched and understand, just not sure on the primer.....whether to go for it or just give three coats of rustoluem
    Brother any update on your paintjob projects?
    please share your experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaheen-Pk View Post
    Brother any update on your paintjob projects?
    please share your experience
    I did complete the job and shared pics In other thread......rustoluem is not as reliable as cerakote or duracoat....it gets chipped easily....but then I have read on internet forums that its a spray on paint,gets chipped, spray on again and move on.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballixd View Post
    I did complete the job and shared pics In other thread......rustoluem is not as reliable as cerakote or duracoat....it gets chipped easily....but then I have read on internet forums that its a spray on paint,gets chipped, spray on again and move on.....
    Can u please link me to the thread?

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    Any one have knowledge about the availability for Titanium Nitride (TIN) caoting on guns

    It is one of the world hardest and durable coating

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    Never seen this option being offered in Pakistan. It cant be done on aluminium. Also colour is not to most peoples liking. Sorry could not be of more help.

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