The Next Generation Of Durable, Spray-On, Professional Gun Finishes
Now you can apply a great-looking coating with the increased durability and friction-fighting properties of PTFE fluoropolymer resin and molybdenum disulfide to any firearm or metal part in as little as 2 hours. This is not just another spray paint. Brownells PTFE/Moly Gun Finish is an ultra-modern, thermo-set, spray-on, self-lubricating coating, chemically bonded to a phenolic-epoxy base so it’s highly resistant to scratches and abrasion. Because the finish is baked on, you get some extra benefits. As the metal heats, its pores open allowing the PTFE component to penetrate. On high-wear areas, like slide rails, the coating will eventually wear away but the PTFE will still be in the pores, lubricating and protecting. Plus, dense colors won’t lighten, dissolve or break down under all common gun solvents. One application makes any properly prepared metal almost impervious to oxidation. The convenient aerosol can, with its versatile cone-shaped spray, is so easy to use it’s almost mistake-proof. Just degrease and abrasive-blast the part; pre-heat the part ’til it’s warm to the touch, then spray Brownells PTFE/Moly Gun Finish and let dry. In about 15 minutes, bake in a regular kitchen oven at 350° F. for 30 minutes. As soon as the part cools, it’s completely protected from rust and ready for final assembly. Perfect for restoring military rifles and parts; coating hard-to-blue, stainless steel or aluminum parts; refurbishing hunting guns and self-defense weapons, or refinishing any piece of metal that needs a durable, self-lubricating, rust-proof coating that lasts and will look great for years to come. Great “hiding” ability makes it a natural for quickly redoing those dinged and pitted working guns (after you get the rust out of the pits, of course). Use as a one-coat finish, or spray on several fine, thin coats and then bake. Extremely economical, one can will fully coat up to two long guns or four handguns!
1911, Issue:04, Page:061
AR-15, Issue:04, Page:077
Big Book Catalog, Issue:70, Page:399
SPECS: 6 oz. (170 g) wt. Remove cured coating by abrasive blasting or sanding. PTFE is a registered trademark of DuPont Chemical Co.