Yes, and degrease the bejeezus out of everything. Proper surface preparation is critical.Zepo said:Should I completely disassemble the slide and remove the firing pin and paint the extractor and and spring seprate?
Not unless you get carried away when applying the DuracoatZepo said:is there going to be a problem with the tolorences of the parts going back in?
Anything you apply Duracoat to will require several coats, with flash drying in between.Zepo said:also with spraying the insde of the frame do you just use one coat or several?
Yes, but clean out firing pin hole with drill bit after 24 hrs (the breech face will wear)Zepo said:Also would you spray the firing pin hole area? (breech face) o
Use the highest quality respirator you can get your hands on. The paper mask types are NOT adequate. Lacquer thinner for initial degreasing followed by TruStrip degreasing right before spraying. Use Durafill if you have any scratches or pits.The longer you can stand to wait before reassembly, the better. 3 weeks is not out of line. The Duracoat continues to cure for months.Zepo said:has anyone had any problems that they would like to share so I don't screw up.
Depends on your sprayer. (I like airbrushes) Each coat should be very thin. all markings, as well as pits and scratches will show through. Final thickness depends on how many coats.Zepo said:also how thick is the duracoat.
You are welcome, and good luck.Zepo said:Thanks in advance for your help guys.....Zepo
PS I am serious about that respirator!