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    Duracoat

    I am thinking of having my Remington 700 XCR duracoated in their "gun blue" colour.Who does the best job ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moray loon View Post
    I am thinking of having my Remington 700 XCR duracoated in their "gun blue" colour.Who does the best job ?
    JagareSa on the site does it I think.


    Nutty

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    dave wylde (baldie) valkerie rifles he's your man for the job, his work is second to none.
    Too Old Soon Too Late Smart

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    Thanks Nutty, I know about Jager SA, have not seen his work, but would like to know if there are a few other guys offering this service.I should have made this clear in my first post. I have asked this question before on this forum and got a few replies - all concerning Jager SA ! Maybe he has the market cornered ! Anyway, thanks for taking the time to reply atb ml

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    Quote Originally Posted by patjack View Post
    dave wylde (baldie) valkerie rifles he's your man for the job, his work is second to none.
    Thanks patjack, I never knew that he did Duracoat. I will make enquiries. ml

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    Get james Clark to Cerakote it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by patjack View Post
    dave wylde (baldie) valkerie rifles he's your man for the job, his work is second to none.
    +1 for Dave "Baldie" Wylde, coated my Remmy 2 yrs ago, and its still good as the day I collected it.
    Last edited by Windy; 19-09-2012 at 18:06. Reason: spelling!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuttyspaniel View Post
    JagareSa on the site does it I think.
    James Duracoated the slightly shabby wooden stock of a little .410 Mossberg shotgun for me a few years back and did a very tidy job. It still looks spot on and I have to tell people it's not actually a factory synthetic stock all the time!


    Quote Originally Posted by Windy View Post
    +1 for Dave "Baldie" Wylde, coated my Remmy 2 yrs ago, and its still good as the day I collected it.
    Have never used Dave for coating, didn't realise he did it to be honest but I have used him to do some work on a long barrelled revolver and a couple of Marlin underlevers. He is a great guy and seems to excel at everything he does!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moray loon View Post
    I am thinking of having my Remington 700 XCR duracoated in their "gun blue" colour.Who does the best job ?
    The gun blue isn't that nice once it's on the metalwork.

    Ive been coating firearms for about 6 years, done 100s, feel free to ask any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jager SA View Post
    The gun blue isn't that nice once it's on the metalwork.

    Ive been coating firearms for about 6 years, done 100s, feel free to ask any questions.
    Thanks for responding Jager SA, I will pm you early next week, atb ml

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