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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread

    Best $269.95 + tax I ever spent.....

    No affiliation with these guys, www.ajcsportshop.com, from Clute, Texas. They must have been at one of our local guns shows (gun shows seems to be like every other weekend around here) back on April 18th.

    Now quit talkin' about it and go get one dangit! Goodnight!
    Bitten by the gun bug..... bad

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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread



    bought her in Nov. 2001

    never failed me once

    the slide needs some bigtime tlc ...the picture makes it look worse then real life...damn

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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread

    PT-145 with RSS Laser
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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by lowdown

    the slide needs some bigtime tlc ...the picture makes it look worse then real life...damn
    Is that just holster wear? There are lots of DIY options out there for refinishing, but my research led me to Ceracoat as the best option. I wish I could report how it is IRL, but it's been 4 months since I sent stuff off. My recommendation would be to find someone local if possible and get a firm commitment on time line.

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    4 months?...Why didn't you do it yourself? If i'm sending something off for refinishing it won't be something I can do myself in an hour or so.
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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread

    Lowdown, if you have access to an oven you can use then I would go with Ceracote, Brownells Teflon/Moly, or one of the other oven cure non-paint finishes. If no oven, then Duracoat is your best bet.
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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWolf70
    4 months?...Why didn't you do it yourself? If i'm sending something off for refinishing it won't be something I can do myself in an hour or so.
    I don't have the hardware to do it myself(paint gun, blasting cabinet, etc), plus anything I have tried to paint in the past comes out like crap. It was a good deal at the time... Lesson learned.

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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread

    thanks for the ideas guys...i like the Ceracote

    gotta look into that

    yes this is just wear from in and out of my holster or waistline

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    I used Brownells Teflon/Moly on a chute knife I made for my oldest son and the finish has held up very well. If fact its with him in Afghanistan now. If comes in a spray can so its really just prep the slide, spray it and cure it in an oven. Some people believe you need to bead blast the metal to prep it, but since you have a blued slide, Lauer (Duracoat people) has a Park solution that will quickly and cheaply prep the metal for the best adherence of any bake on finish you chose to use.
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    Re: Millennium Pro Picture Thread

    Hard to tell from the picture, but if there's any rust on the slide, you need to get down to bare metal before applying the coating, otherwise the DIY route would be much more economical and quicker.

 

 
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