Hiland Arms. Cerakote applicator in West Central Georgia.

FatAlbert

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@FatAlbert , think you can come close to matching this? I want to go with a different forend. A slightly lightened (I believe, could be wrong) Sniper Gray with a flat black rub/distress job. Wouldn't expect perfect, but would prefer to not lose my ass selling the whole receiver set and rail if I don't have to.View attachment 49923
You're saying you want to change that rail out and have the new one match the receivers? I'm sure I can handle that.
 

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The little lady has spent the evening looking at your work. Her favorites are gun candy, and distressed Burt bronze. She wonders if there is a difference between distressed and battle worn. And can you do distressed gun candy?

She’s looking at having her polymer80 build done. Expect a call next week.

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FatAlbert

Cerakote applicator, PM for quotes.
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Mar 25, 2015
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The little lady has spent the evening looking at your work. Her favorites are gun candy, and distressed Burt bronze. She wonders if there is a difference between distressed and battle worn. And can you do distressed gun candy?

She’s looking at having her polymer80 build done. Expect a call next week.

@FatAlbert
I haven't tried doing Guncandy distressed and don't think it's possible without looking like crap. Guncandy is just a flake you mix with clear coat. I use Cerakote clear of course but its an air dry product and I don't think I would be able to distress it the same way I do the H-series cerakote. But I'll try anything once.

Not really a difference between distressed and battleworn to me. I just call it distressed because battleworn sounds kinda gay.