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post #11 of 14
Hydro dipping is pretty durable, people coat hand guns with it all the time. It of course involves dipping the object in water, that's where your problem is.
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Hydro dipping is pretty durable, people coat hand guns with it all the time. It of course involves dipping the object in water, that's where your problem is.

not really, the outer tube comes right off, but with it being a tube, I don't know how well it would wrap around it.
post #13 of 14
cerakote it, shouldnt be too hard for you to find someone in texas to do it for you.
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post #14 of 14
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having someone else do it takes all of the fun out of it. besides, if i were going to go through all that trouble I think I would have them work on a more expensive lens than a $100 plastic one whos build quality is less than a kit lens
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