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ccr 01-28-2009 8:14 AM

WTS: CCR Refinishing SALE
 
CCR offers Premier Finishes for Firearms. Cera-Plate and Cera-Hide

Cera-Hide is a propriertary finish formulated by CCR just for firearms. It is unlike those DIY products such as Duracoat and Cerakote that don't hold up to my standards of durability.

Cera-Hide is a thermally cured applied coating that has a nano ceramic infused matrix. It offers untold rust and corrosion protection along with being a self lubricating finish. It can be applied to all steels and alloys.

Cera-Hide is available in Matte Black, House Black (a deep rich med luster) Stainless look, BTM ( similar to brushed nickel) OD Green,Dark Earth and our NEW Tri-Tanium color. Other colors maybe done on request

http://www.lbaker45.com/P228CCR2.jpg

This is the House Black Cera-Hide


Cera-Plate is a true composite plating consisting of an Electroless Nickel/Boron Nitride bath

Cera-Plates benefits are
* Extremely low co-efficient of friction. Which greatly reduces wear on
sliding parts
* Boron Nitride offers great lubrication. The Boron Nitride is dispersed
throughout the plating exposing new lubrication
* Cera-Plate has a higher hardness then standard plating and a fantastic
Satin look

Cera-Plate will be available on Carbon Steels . We will not be plating Alloys such as Sig frames.

http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p...DSC00021-8.jpg
This s the Cera-Plate slide and Tri-Tanium Cera-Hide frame



We are FFLs so you can ship your gun directly to us yourself and we will return it straight back to you


Complete handgun including one mag Cera-Hide $159 Cera-Plate $249

Slide Cera-Hide $59 Cera-Plate $85

Controls ( sent alone) Cera-Hide $30 Cera-Plate $49

Internals Cera-Plate $49

Complete handgun with Cera-Plate slide and controls and Cera-Hide frame
$199

wcnones 01-28-2009 12:44 PM

Cera-Plate cost for an entire Desert Eagle? Turn around time for both Cera-Hide and Cera-Plate?

Vectrexer 01-28-2009 1:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wcnones (Post 1960229)
Cera-Plate cost for an entire Desert Eagle? Turn around time for both Cera-Hide and Cera-Plate?

I'll second those questions. Let's say I paid today and shipped tomorrow.

mIsT3rRaY 01-30-2009 8:28 PM

Brad, Mary...

you guys really need to get in touch with me..

Ray A.

ccr 02-18-2009 5:53 PM

back to the top

veterosa 02-18-2009 6:34 PM

pm sent

mryy 02-18-2009 10:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wcnones (Post 1960229)
Cera-Plate cost for an entire Desert Eagle? Turn around time for both Cera-Hide and Cera-Plate?

Also looking for the answer to this.

ccr 02-19-2009 8:02 AM

The cost to refinish a Dessert Eagle in Cera-Plate would be $349

Turnaround times vary depending on my work load when I receive your order but currently it is 5 to 7 weeks

Cypriss32 02-19-2009 9:02 AM

Glock slides cost 60.00 or 80.00?

ccr 02-19-2009 10:08 AM

Glock slides are on Sale for $59 to refinish them in Cera-Hide

razorduc 02-19-2009 10:22 AM

Does the pricing for slides include barrels?

ccr 02-19-2009 11:50 AM

The prices are just for slides. Handgun barrels are $9 refinished in Cera-Hide

Tunis 02-19-2009 4:42 PM

brad does excellent work! free bump! :thumbsup:

mryy 02-19-2009 6:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ccr (Post 2059195)
The cost to refinish a Dessert Eagle in Cera-Plate would be $349

Turnaround times vary depending on my work load when I receive your order but currently it is 5 to 7 weeks

Does this include everything, including return shipping?

ccr 02-20-2009 6:50 AM

Price includes complete disassembly reassembly plating everything except return shipping

ccr 02-21-2009 3:38 AM

Thanks Tunis

ccr 03-04-2009 5:27 PM

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the gman 763 03-04-2009 9:29 PM

Price of Cerra plating a Remington 700 receiver & bolt please. Any discounts for fellow FFL's?;)

wcnones 03-04-2009 9:43 PM

Good question - I am interested in knowing this as well.

Quote:

Originally Posted by the gman 763 (Post 2121342)
Price of Cerra plating a Remington 700 receiver & bolt please. Any discounts for fellow FFL's?;)


xtalpimp 03-05-2009 12:39 AM

CCR's kung fu is strong!
 
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Many roads lead us gunowners down the road to seek refinishing.

Alright, I know there are some of you with some tired guns that have been beat a little too much. You really should have cleaned it earlier but you had to go out on that hot date and and got yourself dirty with the ky and the girl while you ignored your other dirty session at home with the mp7 and the filthy guns. It was no surprise when you finally got to cleaning the things they had spots on them kinda like the other parts of you that got dirty...

Or maybe you bought a hard to find model but it had been in the hands of Bubba. Or your hand slipped during the takedown and had a Bubba incident yourself.

Well for myself, I bought a P6 cause it was cheap. It came with many scratches, dings and worn finish for no extra charge, from being carried as a tool,as it was meant to be. Since it was a duty trade in and was carried more than shot;the land and grooves in the barrel are sharp and the gun was in good mechanical shape but cosmetically it was, well a turd.

It was soo pitiful to look at, I was too ashamed to take "Before" pictures. It looked like hell but it was great to shoot, kinda like having fun humping a fat girl until your friends see you with her. I knew I had to take action but had never had any refinishing work done to any of my guns. I had very low expectations as certain parts I knew would be difficult in bringing back. The grooves on the slide and the grooves on the front of the grip had several fairly deep nicks many that crossed several grooves. It had been taken down for a complete cleaning many times by some armoror that was doing his job to pay the bills rather than as labor of love. The roll pin looked like they used a wrong sized punch and had peened some of the metal on the slide as a bonus. The grip screws looked like they were the originals from 1983 and were obviously taken down with too small a screwdriver blade once too many times. There was a dent on the front of the slide that looked like while it was dissasembled it had been dropped on a concrete floor. With some trepidation I sent a MO and the turd of a looking gun to CCR. That was three months ago. In the next 90 days I almost forgot about the ugly looking gun until I got a package from CCR.

If the serial number was not the same I would maybe accuse CCR of keeping my turd and sending me an almost new SIG! :eek:

Check out the pics of the details ALL of the scratches are gone!They fixed the grooves to the point that I cannot see them on the slide and grip nor has the refinishing created obvious low or high spots. From what I can see the gun had to have been completely taken down and refinished by part. If you look at the hammer you can see the spring is still unfinished as it should be, which means this thing was completely stripped before it was worked on. The magazine looks like new. ALL rollmarks and serial numbers are crisp and sharp;there are no draglines from being bubba polished. I think they secretly replaced the roll pin with a new one without charging me! The gall to give away free stuff without telling me!;) After the gun had been completely ressurected they also gave it a major lube as you can see in the pictures. I am extremely happy with the work that CCR has done. I do not know them personally and to be honest I have never even spoken with them before. I just emailed them which they were very quick to respond and sent a quick letter which asked for them to do the best with the piece of cr@p I sent them.

So what I am trying to say is that if you are on the fence about sending in your fat girl, er I mean ugly, um well worn gun DO NOT WAIT. Send it in to have them do thier voodoo on it and maybe you too will think they switched your turd and sent you a new gun. If you are thinking of cutting corners and sending in just the slide don't waste time just go whole hog and get it done right the first time. Just make sure to send it in after mine so I can get my next gun worked on before yours. :p

fcr 03-05-2009 7:34 AM

Nice write up Xtal, I have a P6 that I want to send also. Nice job also CCR, he may have convinced me.

spyderco monkey 03-05-2009 6:48 PM

pm sent

ccr 03-06-2009 11:38 AM

Xtal
Thank you it is nice to know that my hard work is appreciated:)

the gman 763 03-11-2009 6:54 PM

Any response to this question I asked a few days ago?

Price of Cerra plating a Remington 700 receiver & bolt please. Any discounts for fellow FFL's?

drewski310 03-11-2009 10:49 PM

My P6 has been there for a month getting a finish job done on it. Can't wait to see the results! I took several "before" pics so I will do a complete "before and after" post once I get it back.

roc 03-14-2009 1:49 PM

cost to refinish all metal parts on a xd40 tactical?

xtalpimp 03-14-2009 3:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by drewski310 (Post 2155421)
My P6 has been there for a month getting a finish job done on it. Can't wait to see the results! I took several "before" pics so I will do a complete "before and after" post once I get it back.

I can't wait to see the before and after pics as I forget how ugly it was before.

ccr 03-17-2009 7:58 AM

the gman763
The cost to Cera-Plate a totally gutted Rem steel receiver and bolt would $125 FFL discount available with a copy of your FFL. Any questions please email me at ccr@embarqmail.com

Udannlin
The cost to refinish your XD slide in Cera-Hide is $59.The cost to refinish it in Cera-Plate is $75
The cost to refinish the controls and internals is $25 in Cera-Hide and $39 in Cera-Plate if they are sent loose

drewski310 04-29-2009 8:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xtalpimp (Post 2167389)
I can't wait to see the before and after pics as I forget how ugly it was before.

Just got the Sig back today. Really beautiful work and it was worth the wait (almost 3 months). I went with a complete cera-hide finish.

Before:
http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/3386/7941/283745.jpg

After:
http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/3386/7941/283746.jpg

Before:
http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/3386/7941/283747.jpg

After:
http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/3386/7941/283748.jpg

http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/3386/7941/283749.jpg

http://www.mustangmods.com/ims/u/3386/7941/283750.jpg

CCR finished the barrel and a few other small parts in black which really gave a nice contrast. Well done CCR!

Shane916 04-29-2009 8:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by drewski310 (Post 2398066)
Just got the Sig back today. Really beautiful work and it was worth the wait (almost 3 months). I went with a complete cera-hide finish.



CCR finished the barrel and a few other small parts in black which really gave a nice contrast. Well done CCR!

Holy crap that's gorgeous!!

bobnfloyd 04-29-2009 9:04 PM

I got my P6 slide refinished and night sights put on it. It took like 2 weeks end of last year. It looked terrible with lots of holster wear, and this refinishing job made it look almost brand new. I had wonderful service and a great product, I'd definitely use him if any of my other toys ever needs to be refinished.

ccr 05-08-2009 12:33 PM

bump

ccr 05-20-2009 5:21 PM

BTT

ccr 05-27-2009 3:04 AM

BTT:)

krushed 05-31-2009 11:40 AM

Kahr PM9
 
I'm interested in having my Kahr PM9 slide refinished with CERA-HIDE. At the same time, I'd like to have the sights replaced with XS 24/7 Big Dot night sights.

What is the price and turnaround time for this job?

ccr 06-02-2009 12:01 PM

The cost to refinsh your Kahr slide is $59 but I don't see any XS Big Dots listed for a Kahr

ccr 06-04-2009 4:01 AM

http://www.ccrrefinishing.com/pics/coltnew.jpg

ccr 06-06-2009 1:48 PM

BTT

ccr 06-10-2009 12:17 PM

http://www.mikegarcia25.com/imagedir...0_DASH-TWO.JPG

sixniner 06-10-2009 4:56 PM

Sweet Beretta!


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