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Anybody ever duracoat MagPuls? Will they handle baking?
 

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The actual rubber pulls themselves or PMags? I'll grab a picture of one of my PMags that has a mag pul on it. Both were painted two years ago. Since then this mag alone has probably had 900 rounds through it, been dropped, kicked, stepped on, tossed around, and just plain beat up. The Krylon paint on it (normal camo color paint) has held up really damn well, a lot better than I thought it would. Oh and it was a black PMag and black mag pul.
 

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Yeah, I have the same setup (black PMags and pulls). I am going to duracoat the PMags, and want the pulls to match. If I can't find out ahead of time, I might just do the PMags, and then Krylon the rubber. Won't be able to match the pattern then, but whatever.
 

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1 - duracoat doesn't use heat
2 - duraflex is an additive for duracoat - works with Hoage and Ergo soft rubber grips just fine. It will come off the magpul eventually.
 

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1 - duracoat doesn't use heat
2 - duraflex is an additive for duracoat - works with Hoage and Ergo soft rubber grips just fine. It will come off the magpul eventually.
Anything can be coated. Anything flexible will crack and flake off eventually.

There is no need to bake Duracoat.
 

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you tell me :laughing:





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Wasn't talking about the mags, talking about the pulls, Doc:flipoff2:
 
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