The one thing I hear a lot of, believe me making videos to release in the wild comes with it's negatives, is people asking me questions and making dumb-ass comments about wear and tear. This is particularly in relation to gun finishes like camo spray painting and cerakote. Questions and comments like: "OMG, why would you put spray paint on an expensive gun!", "I am not spray painting my $3k gun", "What idiot puts Krylon on their gun, the value just sunk to zero!", "Does cera
So you want to paint your gun? Here is a quick and easy guide to painting gun parts for a more durable finish. This applies to all spray paint. Krylon, Alumahyde II, Aervoe, Rustoleum, Camo Spray Paints, etc. If you take the time, the end result will look better and last longer than just spray painting something without this process. If your in a hurry, then just spray your damn gun already and stop reading this article! Step 1: Clean your parts with 90%+ alcohol or Acetone.
Everyone knows about Haley Strategic Disruptive Grey Cerakote. Haley Strategic took a lot of time finding Disruptive Grey, and they feel Disruptive Grey is the best neutral color out there. I love the color and had my Glock 19 cerakoted Disruptive Grey. But I always have searched for the budget version, as cerakote is expensive! In my "Budget Jack Carbine AR-15 Build" video I detailed about this spray paint. It is a damn near identical match to Haley Strategic Disruptive Grey