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Cerakoting fluted barrels

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Unread 04-22-2011, 12:27 PM
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Re: Cerakoting fluted barrels

That sounds like a great way. Anything has to be better than 2 hours of masking off flutes.
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    Re: Cerakoting fluted barrels

    Kevin, I did do one of the Brux interrupted fluting barrels with the ballbearing method. Had to use a smaller bearing do to the narrow flutes. Did take about an hour to tape off, but looked absolutely sick when I was finished. The barrel was Flat Dark Earth, half the flutes were Desert Sand and other half were Sage Green. The color pattern was spiraled which matched the fluting on the bolt. I had a hard drive crash last winter and lost the pics of it, but will email the customer for one and post it.

    I have thought about doing something similar on the 7wsm you built me last fall, but can't bring myself to alter anything as it shoots SOOOOOOO AWESOME!!

    Ben

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