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Yep, it's true. His DuroCoat process, which is very
inexpensive, will probably solve your problem, if you
have one. Even if you do not, the cost of precaution
of the DuroCoat is well worth the price for the piece
of mind.

Check his site out in my signature.

Ed

P.S. I have no financial interest in nor do I receive
any compensation for saying these kinds words. Now
will you please remove that damn gun out of my ribs.
 

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Sent mine to him yesterday. Matte Black and front Ameriglo for my brand new XD40 Sub.! Cannot wait to see it. Will post pics and review. :D
 

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Actually, i'm going to be getting a hold of him to do a duracoat job on my XD tactical.

not because of rust, but because i scratched it up a little.
 

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I've spoken with him over the phone....very friendly, helpful, and professional.....will be sending my service model off sometime soon....might even send my stainless subcompact to him as well :D
 

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I'm going to let AJames DuraCoat my slide. However, I'm also going to send my pistol in to Rich (Canyon Creek) for a trigger job. Can you guys advise me which one to do first? I think it would make more sense to finish the mechanical work first (Canyon Creek).

-Mike
 

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mcone said:
I'm going to let AJames DuraCoat my slide. However, I'm also going to send my pistol in to Rich (Canyon Creek) for a trigger job. Can you guys advise me which one to do first? I think it would make more sense to finish the mechanical work first (Canyon Creek).

-Mike
Makes sense to me.

Ed
 
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