Tough Bake-on Finish Lets You Create Great Color Combinations, Mute Stainless Steel, Or Finish Those "Unbluable" Guns
Many guns and parts out there can’t be finished with the old standard finishes like hot salts bluing, rust bluing or nickel plating. Including, those late Winchester 94s; engraved, or gray finished receivers; or low-dollar guns whose owners don’t want to pay for the expense of traditional finishes. For all those uses, plus as a fast finish for internal parts or shop tools and fixtures, liquid baking lacquer and your airbrush provides a fast, tough, economical alternative to other methods. Baking Lacquer delivers a finish that resists scratching, chipping, oils and solvents, plus corrosion. Available in: Matte Black and Gloss Black. O.D. Green, Earth Brown, and Coyote produce a matte, non-reflective finish that can be combined with Matte Black to produce camouflage patterns. Parkerizing Gray is a dark, matte gray that closely matches Brownells Parkerizing for easy restoration of military firearms and accessories. Dark Parkerizing Gray is darker to match parkerized guns that show years of age, use, and oil. Stainless Steel Gray is a light, metallic-silver gray that approximates the look of bead-blasted stainless steel. Make the job easier with the Paasche H-Set Airbrush Kit.
1911, Issue:04, Page:061
AR-15, Issue:04, Page:076
Big Book Catalog, Issue:68, Page:435
SPECS: 8 oz. (237ml) or 16 oz. (473ml) cans.