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Cerakote Elite Series

This is an oven-cure coating that will offer the most extreme corrosion and chemical resistance available. It comes in six earth-tone colors, and uses a type of advanced resin that allows it to be applied in thinner coatings, perfect for internal parts. The corrosion and chemical resistance of this product are unrivaled, even by other Cerakote offerings. Due to the extra strength, a single coating and curing is all that’s required for internal parts. It looks sharp, and leaves the surface slick. This means a lower coefficient of friction that rivals Teflon. It can be used on anything that will survive a trip in the curing oven, even wearables and sporting equipment, or even audio components. If you need a tough, thin finish, then the Elite series is the best of the batch.

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Cerakote H Series

The Cerakote H Series is probably the most common coating available. It isn’t as tough as the Elite series during lab tests, but it will still fight against corrosion and chemicals better than other available coatings, and it’s so popular that you can get the protection you need in almost any color imaginable, even gold. The H series is also a bake-on application, so no melting plastic pieces.

In general, if you are trying to add a little flair, or totally customize your 1911, the H series is perfect for your project. The upshot over most other decorative mediums, of course, is that you are adding on of the toughest layers of protection along with the color. There’s a reason it’s so popular. Fit and finish on internal pieces will require some extra attention, as the 1 mil thickness of the layer is enough to tighten tolerances on moving parts. The H Series works well on everything from dive watches, to fishing gear, to firearms. On parts where it’s possible, multiple layers can be added to handle wear better over time.

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Cerakote C Series

C Series Ceramic Coatings will perform at temperatures up to 400°F and set the industry standard in high temperature coatings. C Series coatings are a line of air cured, ready to spray ceramic coatings.

Cerakote Services and
Pricing

Pricing is subject to change 
based on complexity of the 
specific firearm.

Pistol Cerakote
Single Color Pistol
  • Complete Handgun Starting at $200

  • Frame Only   $120

  • Slide   $100

  • Controls   $30

  • Baseplate   $20

  • Barrel   $70

  • Trigger   $25

  • Diassembly / Reassembly   $45

AR Variant Cerakote
Single Color

 
  • Complete AR   Starting at $450

  • Upper Receiver   $80

  • Lower Receiver   $80

  • Handgaurd   $100

  • Upper / Lower / Handguard    $240

  • BCG (Micro Slick)   $75

  • Lower Parts Kit   $70

  • Upper Parts Kit   $70

  • BCG   $70

  • Barrel   $75

  • Magazine   $25

  • Butt Stock   $45

  • Buffer Tube   $60

  • Brace   $45

  • Furniture Set   $120 - $250

  • Muzzle Device   $25 - 45

  • Gas Block & Tube   $40

  • Disassembly + Reassembly   $75

Revolver
Single Color
  • Complete Revolver   $200

  • Frame   $100

  • Cylinder   $75

  • Controls + Pirs   $60

  • Small Parts   $50

  • Disassembly + Reassembly   $75

Bolt Gun
Single Color
  • Chassis   $350 - $450

  • Rifle Stock   $110

  • Barrel & Action   $200

  • Bolt   $75

  • Magazine   $30

  • Disassembly + Reassembly   $75

  • Barrel Only $100

  • Action Only $120

Shotgun
Single Color
  • Complete Shotgun   $295

  • Barrel + Action   $200

  • Shotgun Stock + Forend   $110

  • Shotgun Bolt  $75

  • Shotgun Barrel   $75

  • Disassembly + Reassembly   $75

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