Managed to get my barrels out to paint earlier this week. Fairly local so Dropped them off there.
Lets just say Wow! very very sweet set up, very nice gentleman, very knowledgeable about his trade and passion. The biggest and baddest gun cabinet i have ever seen and talk about spotless work shop. I'm very jealous when comparing to my place, i will not even let the dogs eat of my floor, Tactical Coatings floor was spot less. Thank you Jay for sparing the time to show me around, i couldn't take it all in but you do have the patients of a saint, So thank you for that.
The reason for the post is, because i have nothing better to do at the moment i spent time reading up on Cerakote and the processes, other products and there uses.
I then came across Micro Slick, by NIC industries, same as Cerakote, and that it is used on bearing surfaces and sliding parts like the internal on a glock style firearms.
So im taking it that it can be used on the bolt slide of a semiauto shot gun. it says that you will not need to oil or grease the moving parts. this for me would be fantastic as i do a lot of pigeon shooting, i shoot from sitting down as i cant stand for long but this means i get more dust and crud in the gun. this sticks to the oils and then gums up really bad resulting in a total strip once a month. once a fortnight in the summer months. and to clean it is a day affair for me.
the question is, how hard wearing is this stuff, is it as good at they make out or is it just another way to gum up my internal. has any one had any dealing with it please
Thanks for looking.