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Firearm Coatings

Cerakote Coatings

Cerakote has a unique ceramic structure that out-performs any competitive coating and improves performance in both laboratory and real world settings.

Cerakote coatings are formulated for specific applications and technical requirements. Current Cerakote product lines include coatings specifically for firearms.

With a unique ceramic backbone, Cerakote Firearm Coatings improve performance and reliability over conventional finishes. This state-of-the-art coating technology out-performs any competitive coating in both laboratory settings and real world applications.

The unique formulation used for Cerakote Firearm Coatings enhances a number of physical performance properties. Each of these properties is rigorously tested to guarantee that Cerakote products remain at the forefront of the firearm coatings market.

Recommended Uses:

Corrosive Environments
Solvent Environments
Abrasive Environments
Industrial Applications
Decorative Finish

Just how well does it hold up? Take a look.


How its done.


How we process your firearm or parts for Cerakoting

Breakdown (if required)
Your firearm will be disassembled. Interior parts that should not be coated due to function or tolerances will be separated.

All of your parts are degreased by hand and brush to ensure that any carbon buildup or heavy grease deposits are removed.

Aluminum Oxide blasting.

All parts that are having Cerakote applied will be stripped by the use of aluminum oxide. This is the preferred surface preparation and will provide the best adhesion condition for the Cerakote. Parts will only be handled with rubber gloves from this point on. Any surface contamination from oils on bare hands will reduce the Cerakotes ability to properly adhere. Any sign of latent oil residue showing at this point with require the part to be cleaned again.

Spraying the Cerakote
Parts are immediately sprayed to minimize exposure to moisture and other contaminates. Each part is hand sprayed by HVLP gun, including the smallest pins.

After the application of the Cerakote, the parts are put in an oven to cure according to the manufactures requirements.

After the parts cool, each part is inspected for proper coverage. Any part that does not meet our rigorous criteria for perfection is stripped and submitted to the procedure again. If we are to reassemble your firearm, a professional gunsmith will do that and make sure everything operates in a safe and proper manner.

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