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Old 05-30-2020, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I知 thinking of have a stripped lower done with Cerakote. How much $$$ will this set me back? I was thinking of rattle canning it. Anyone have suggestions of people to use or not use?

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Give Black Elk Customs a call. He's a great guy based at home in Herriman. I had him do a full custom cerakote job on an AR I had previously rattle canned myself.

While my DIY rattle can job was surprisingly good and durable, his work is undoubtedly better.

Can't tell you what just a receiver would cost but I'm sure he's reasonable.
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Give Black Elk Customs a call. He's a great guy based at home in Herriman. I had him do a full custom cerakote job on an AR I had previously rattle canned myself.

While my DIY rattle can job was surprisingly good and durable, his work is undoubtedly better.

Can't tell you what just a receiver would cost but I'm sure he's reasonable.
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I知 going to rattle can it, it痴 just a PSA lower. I checked into Black elk customs and really like there product and quality. I値l save the expense for a nicer lower project down the road.




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I知 going to rattle can it, it痴 just a PSA lower. I checked into Black elk customs and really like there product and quality. I値l save the expense for a nicer lower project down the road.




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I used Krylon camo paint when I first sprayed mine. Or I think it's Krylon anyways, been a long time. It held up very well.

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