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The other ad was starting to run long so I thought I would start a new one. Here are a few of the guns I have coated for members here and a few others I have done lately.
Complete pistol
One color $90
Two tone. $100
Frames $65
Slides $45
Barreled action $125 includes bottom metal
Shotgun. $100
prices do not include return shipping







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Do you refinish mags? Price? Thanks!

BTW, I bought one from as forum member a while back you finished and it is still looking good.
 
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I do coat mags. It depends on what kind of mag. I usually get $10 per mag but I do give a discount for multiple mags. Price gets better as the quantity goes up. I have done as many as 50, 30rd AR mags at one time. What are you wanting done?
 
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CoyoteKiller is GTG! Has done a few guns for me and always great coms, good work, reasonable prices and turnarounds.
 
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CoyoteKiller just completed a 1022 barrel, receiver and one piece scope mount for me. His workmanship is excellent and he's a good guy to deal with. I recommend him.
Another good point is that he is an FFL so shipping and receiving serial numbered items is easy.
I'll try to remember to post photos when I get some.

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Your results will be as good as your preparation. I did the prep on these parts. I'll take credit for the small scratch on the lower part of the receiver.

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CoyoteKiller, how does the Moly resin compare to the likes of Cerakote or Duracote? I want to have the slide of my G17 redone as the factory finish is rubbing off after only 6 months.


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I have commented in this before but will be glad to again. I do not like durakote at all. Moly resin and ceracoat are both very good coatings that I don't think you can go wrong with either one. I prefer the moly because it has a smoother finish than ceracoat and is Teflon based instead of ceramic based so I just gets smoother inside actions and moving parts as it is used. I would be glad to do the glock slide for you. Just e sure whomever you use replaces the firing pin liner after curing as the heat will ruin it. I do keep them in stock.
 
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Up again. Ready to give new life to some guns in need.
 
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Do you coat S&W revolvers, and if so, what prep work or disassembly is required on our end? Thanks.


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I do coat the revolvers. I do not require any prep work or disassembly by you unless you just want to do it. Send the gun to me, I will tear it completely down, media blast, coat, lube and reassemble for you.
 
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Anything additional to remove parkerizing (I think I spelled that right)?
 
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No sir, all prep is included in price.
 
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Thanks for the info! Where can I see a list of your colors and options?


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Do you have a website or an order form. Thanks. I have an older Browning hi- power with a little pitting and most of the bluing is gone, please send me some info.


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Bump for Coyote's business, as some one that has done Moly Resin for personal and profit,his work looks excellent and for the work involved, dissassembly , prep and finish , his price is very reasonable.


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Coyote did a Colt revolver in OD green for me a few months ago and it came out beautiful. I wanted to post pic's but having trouble doing that. Coyote was patient with all my questions and again, work was excellent. I will be using him again in the future. Doug, sorry it has taken me so long to get this thank you posted. Thanks again


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Thanks for the comments guys. Email sen to frank.
 
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coyotekiller,

I just want to say "Thank you" for the refinish job on my Springfield 1911. You did an excellent refinish job and thank you for following the instructions for the compensator, it turned out the way I hoped it would... Big Grin

If you are on the fence about using coyotekiller? Jump off and give him a shot!

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That first 226 is mine. Doug did a great job. Turn around time was fast. He also did a p6 in black that looks great.
 
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