DuraCoat Firearm Finishes Direct provides the DuraCoat Firearms Finishing
System which is the very latest in firearm finishing technology. No other
commercially manufactured and packaged firearm finishing system offers the
versatility, durability and user friendly characteristics of DuraCoat.
is extremely easy to apply. Anyone can do it. DuraCoat was designed for
the average gun owner. Preheating, baking and blasting are not required.
Expensive, space consuming equipment is not needed. Simply clean and degrease
the surface prior to DuraCoat application. DuraCoat is permanent, and provides a
can purchase a DuraCoat Camopak kit with the Pattern and paint, or just the paint
and roll your own. You need access to an airbrush, HVLP spray gun or conventional
spray gun, and a place to work. You can apply DuraCoat to any firearm
and have a professional finish that will last several lifetimes. If you
have ever painted a lawn chair you can use Duracoat.
Getting Started with DuraCoat
- Pick the DuraCoat Pattern or DurCoat Color of your choice (Rifle & Pistol).
- Decide if you have a way of applying the DuraCoat it must be sprayed onto the weapon.
- If you do not have a airbrush and then we have
low cost airbrushes, and the new Preval Disposable Sprayer, or the DuraCoat Shake 'N Spray Kit for 1 color.
- Our airbrushes come with standard fitting to connect to your compressor.
- Usually you will set the output pressure on your compressor from 20 to 40 pounds.
- If you do not have an compressor you will need to also purchase some cans of propellant to apply DuraCoat.
- Typically one can of propellant will do one or two rifles with DuraCoat.
- Preval Disposable Sprayers are designed to be filled, and then used with up to 4 oz. of DuraCoat.
- We recommend DuraCoat TruStrip™ to cut all gunk and grease fast. It
dries extremely fast without leaving residue. This product is ideal for use
as a cleaner prior to refinishing with DuraCoat products.
- We recommend you purchase some DuraCoat Reducer to clean your airbrush and
- DuraCoat is a resin not paint, paint thinner will not clean your airbrush and tools.
- You might consider DuraCoat Clear to even out the slight sheen
differences when using multiple colors, such as DuraCoat camouflage patterns. Its not
necessary, but recommended highly for a top notch finish.
- DuraCoat Clear can also be applied over any DuraCoat color to add a more matte, gloss, or satin finish. DuraCoat Clear can also be applied over blued weapons to rust proof them.
DuraCoat in an Aerosol Can. Unique Can-within-a-Can technology provides the hardener right inside of the can. No more measuring & mixing. Just release the hardener and shake. Provides protection against rust and corrosion, plus excellent UV protection (UV hardener is used in this product for outdoor use). Remains useable for up to 48 hours once activated. Makes 12 ounces of DuraCoat enough for 2-4 firearms, no baking or preheating required.
Guide will answer your DuraCoat questions. You
can purchase a Camopak kit with the Pattern and paint, or just the paint and roll your own. You need
access to an airbrush, HVLP spray gun or conventional spray gun, or one of our low cost Shake 'N Spray Kits, and a place
to work. You can apply DuraCoat to any firearm and have a professional finish
that will last several lifetimes. DuraCoat comes in over 250 standard colors plus Clear and can be blended to match any color of the spectrum.