How much does it cost to Ceracoat an ar15?

How much does it cost to Ceracoat an ar15?

Cerakote Pricing

AR and Variants Cerakote
Single Color
Complete AR $450+
Secondary Color $45 – $65
Upper Receiver $95

Is it expensive to Cerakote a gun?

It usually ranges between $45 – $125 depending on the Gun and difficulty. So if your worried about your firearm please Call for accurate pricing. We have a $50.00 Minimum. At the present time we are running between 12 – 18 weeks out on single or multi color jobs already broken down.

Is Cerakote a good gun finish?

The ceramic composite crafts a solid finish that is hard so if dropped it can withstand impacts scratches and dings. Cerakote is a great finish to have your gunsmith apply to aftermarket firearms to give it both a nice look and durability upgrade.

Can I Cerakote my barrel?

Cerakote and DuraCoat can withstand temperatures as high has 500-600 degrees F (anything over 300d degrees the riflings are damaged). With “normal” shooting, your barrel will never get close to being that hot.

How long does it take to Cerakote a gun?

About 2 weeks
How long does Cerakoting take? Short answer: About 2 weeks from the time it is started for most projects. For complex patterns, allow 30 days from the time it is started. ​Here’s the rub: we generally have a Cerakote backlog, so it may not be started right away.

What’s better DuraCoat or Cerakote?

Cured Cerakote absolutely beats cured DuraCoat in every measurable respect with regard to finish quality, abrasion resistance, and overall toughness.

What is tungsten Cerakote finish?

Cerakote Tungsten is a dark graphite grey with silver metallic. *NOTE: This product comes with a catalyst and requires a 100 Mesh Strainer (SE-275). Cerakote H Series coatings are durable, corrosion-resistant, and provide unparalleled levels of hardness and adhesion.

Does Cerakote scratch easy?

Hardness: Test reports have rated cerakote coatings with a pencil hardness of 9H. Other than hardness, there is a scratch resistance rating of 6H. Cerakote ensures that you don’t end up spoiling your firearm because of any scratches or nails.