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Cerakote or Parkerize?

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Unread 02-18-2011, 11:33 PM
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Cerakote or Parkerize?

Which is better? I am debating about what finish to put on my new build. I am going with a laminate and I think either will look good. I have one rifle with a stainless tube and a black cerakote action and the cerakote has held up well but I have never seen a parkerized rifle in person. Are there any advantages for one over the other? Thanks for any replies. You all have been great in answering my questions.
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    Re: Cerakote or Parkerize?

    cerakote is definetly more weather resistant.
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    Re: Cerakote or Parkerize?

    do both it will be more resilint
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