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Thanks, I appreciate the comments and I am glad y'all are happy. Let me know if I can do anything else.
Quick turn around and makes them look better that new.
 
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Hi Doug what do you call the color of the AR-15 above (color on the upper, lower, and handguard)? I'm very interested..
 
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I'd like to see available colors also


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Hi Doug what do you call the color of the AR-15 above (color on the upper, lower, and handguard)? I'm very interested..


That is what I call gunmetal grey. It is a very nice looking color.

As far as a list I have
Gloss black (so shiny it looks wet)
Semigloss black (about like HK black)
Matte black (match to matte leupold)
Desert tan (match magpul stocks)
Stainless (looks like bead blasted stainless)
Od green
Grey/green (darker than od) rich color
Grey
Gunmetal grey
Military brown
Pink
Red
Maroon
I can also mix just about whatever you want.
 
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I sent in a P225 slide to Doug that had a lot of finish wear and it needed a good refinishing. I was nervous about sending it to anyone for refinishing, but I got it back today and I am very pleased. I got the black satin finish, I think that is what it is, and it looks great. I could not be happier with outcome. This was my first experience with having a firearm refinished and Doug will get my future business, thanks again.
 
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A couple more ready to go out.


 
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What is the best way to get in touch with about setting up an appointment to send my Glock slide to you for a re-finish?


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I'd really like to see some revolver work.


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Just had Doug do two of mine. Couldn't be happier, and a real pleasure to deal with someone who puts that much pride in their work. Communication and quality are second to none.
 
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Hi Doug,
Are you able to refinish a surplus CZ 82? I have one that has a really beat finish. I'm not familiar enough with the gun to feel confident about breaking it down myself.

Thanks and I look forward to your response.
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The CZ82 will be no problem. Email sent.
 
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Pics of a couple of revolvers coming up
 
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I'd really like to see some revolver work.


Here are a couple


 
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228 and AR barrel ready to go.


Here is the 228 ready to go back together.
 
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Doug,
I have a Colt Defender Lightweight frame I need you to refinish...Trying to decide on the new color...E-mail on the way...
 
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The stainless P226 on the first page is mine. The picture does not do it justice. Dong's work turned out beautifully and I couldn't be more happier.

A side note. The springs were getting bad and I asked Doug how much to replace the springs if I sent new ones to him. He installed the springs for FREE. Now, that's what I call customer service. Smile


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