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Probably AR15. They are banned here. Also not allowed to have rocket launchers or grenade launches either! What is this world coming to? I do powder coating and can’t imagine WD40 helping with adhesion. Yes it works to I to hold the powder in place before baking, but can’t imagine that all of slippery things are baked off completely. Egg whites might work better?I thought it might be a Gun ?.
Powder coating definitely has it’s place and always interesting to see what other folks are up to.... just all opinions anyway. If I spent the money to buy the kit and keep making a colossal mess with it, it must be useful?? I do like the finish you get when things go the way they are supposed to. And Bill... if you kept things to yourself, this place just wouldn’t be the same.I just thought it might be handy, Never seen it before,
I have never used it , But Ron had some proper powder coat done, Very cheap ??.
Sounds like I should have kept it to my self, Like the Wife is always telling me !.
Sounds like my Comet cylinder muff. the thing is like an Oilite bushing. I think if you baked it beforehand for about a month, it probably would have been ok.I had my primary cover done, 3 times, problems caused by the oil in the slightly porous casting leaching out in the baking process, not reccommended for used casting unless they are die cast.