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Thread: Custom Kimber Rail Gun

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    Custom Kimber Rail Gun













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    That's a very clean looking build. Excellent work!

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    Beautiful!

    Chuck, What is that finish?

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    Custom mixed Cerakote over Parkerizing.
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    Very nice; and a unique, utilitarian-looking 1911 to boot.

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    Mr Rogers, thanks for taking the time to share these pictures. Your work always brings a smile to my face, regardless of how the day went.

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    Are the blood grooves on the slide purely cosmetic? Or maybe for a 1911 claw mount? I want a claw mount on a 1911 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck View Post
    Custom mixed Cerakote over Parkerizing.
    Mind sharing this process?

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    No, not at all!
    Here it is:
    Properly prepare the pistol with a high pressure Aluminum Oxide 120 grit blast.
    Parkerize.
    Apply Cerakote and cure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck View Post
    No, not at all!
    Here it is:
    Properly prepare the pistol with a high pressure Aluminum Oxide 120 grit blast.
    Parkerize.
    Apply Cerakote and cure.
    Thanks! Do you have to scuff up the park finish before cerakote or is it rough enough for application?

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