How to Use spray-on finish for your firearms
Follow some expert gunsmiths at Brownells as they walk you through simple procedures for customizing, repairing, and maintaining your firearms. This weapons video tutorial will teach you how to use spray-on finish for your firearms.
1. Getting Started
Meet Brownells Gun Tech Dave Bennetts as he guides you through an introduction to Brownells Spray-On Finishes. All the tips and tricks, safety precautions and supplies you'll need to achieve truly professional-looking results with any of our various Spray-On Finishes. Plus, additional information on proper paint storage and clean-up.
2. Metal Preparation
Examines the most critical aspect of the pre-paint process – metal preparation. See how to avoid parts contamination, discusses aluminum-oxide vs. glass bead blasting, and demonstrates, in detail, the correct degreasing technique to ensure superior paint bonding.
3. Baking Lacquer
Fast, easy techniques to accomplish a tough, Baking Lacquer finish on any firearm. Learn how to prevent runs and overspray problems, plus guidelines for drying intervals, final baking and inspection. Baking Lacquer is highly resistant to oils, solvents and acids – an excellent choice for cast iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and most non-ferrous metals used for gun parts.
4. Gun Kote Oven Cure Gun Finish
Learn why bake-on Gun Kote is the perfect alternative for close-fitting, tight tolerance gun parts, and review the critical application steps to achieve one of the finest, molybdenum disulfide lubricating gun finishes available. Recommended for aluminum-oxide-blasted surfaces only.
5. Teflon/Moly Oven Cure Gun Finish
See why its self-lubricating and corrosion resistance properties make Teflon/Moly the perfect choice for "working" guns.
6. Aluma-Hyde II Air Dry Epoxy Finish
Aluma-Hyde II is an easy to use, versatile gun finish. Great for a variety of surfaces including aluminum alloys, steel, fiberglass – even plastic.