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Old 01-12-2017, 02:30 PM
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No damage to anything but your paint... as I stated before IF it gets on plastics it will melt/disfigure them as well...
When cleaning ALWAYS go easy with Solvents..even safe solvents and for heck sakes DO NOT hose things down.. dis-assemble and wipe.
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No damage to anything but your paint... as I stated before IF it gets on plastics it will melt/disfigure them as well...
When cleaning ALWAYS go easy with Solvents..even safe solvents and for heck sakes DO NOT hose things down.. dis-assemble and wipe.
I honestly cant remember if it got sprayed into the bottom of my trigger assembly or not. I'll take a look at the gun tonight and see if everything looks normal.

I know it got all over the stock but got wiped off and I didn't see any issue done to it (synthetic stock)

*On a completely side note*

I see you are an ultimate of the month winner, I was just looking thru that, it looks like they didnt do one for 2016, how come? Have one gun per year with all the custom builds on here is pretty nice, and gives a goal to work towards for the end of 2017.
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Old 01-12-2017, 05:58 PM
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The Ruger Tupperware is TUFF.. likely did not get damaged at all.. it's the aftermarket cheep plastic goods that are susceptible.

The Ulti of the month thing has gone south for now. Hopefully someone will get on it again... it's a bunch of work and those who took it on found that out.. and they have full-time jobs that take priority.
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You could duracoat it if you want it colored. Works and looks awesome.
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You could duracoat it if you want it colored. Works and looks awesome.
That's exactly what I did on the receiver for my charger and at the same time I also sprayed the stainless ends on the Volquartsen carbon fiber barrel.

On another one I sprayed it with VHT brake caliper epoxy and then baked it.
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Old 01-13-2017, 01:07 PM
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That's exactly what I did on the receiver for my charger and at the same time I also sprayed the stainless ends on the Volquartsen carbon fiber barrel.



On another one I sprayed it with VHT brake caliper epoxy and then baked it.


Nice! Yeah I'm a huge fan of duracoat. With a good airbrush (I have iwata) you can't beat it for professional finish. You don't have to thin it as the viscosity is perfect.

I've sprayed a number of parts on my ar including the grip and it simply doesn't come off.
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Old 01-13-2017, 05:50 PM
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I'm definitely going to look into duracoat. I'm assuming I need to get all the old finish off first though
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Original gun scrubber is bad stuff. I was beat to the reply. The new formula is great. I also like powder blast.
As far as refinishing i'd send it to get camo or ceracote
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Old 01-14-2017, 08:17 AM
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I'm definitely going to look into duracoat. I'm assuming I need to get all the old finish off first though


Yes and all oils. Just need to soak or wash with acetone and you are good to go. Check various you tube videos and you'll be good to go.
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