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Old 01-01-2014, 1:58 PM
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Default AR winter BCG and trigger Micro Slick sale.

We will Micro Slick your BCG for $35 or your BCG and Trigger set for $45. Return shipping starts at $5.80 for a flat rate box.



Micro Slicked BCG and Trigger Set.




A few answers to frequently asked questions…

Micro Slick:
AR10 BCGs and AR15 BCGs are $35 each for this sale.
Micro Slick will add approx. .0003 of an inch (permanently) to the part when warn in. The parts when you receive them will have a thicker coat on them. It is normal for the gray color to wear off with use in the high friction areas and has no effect on the Micro Slick coating.

When you receive your BCG back from me, it will have zero extra lubrication on it and it may be a little stiff. That initial stiffness will go away with break-in. While I personally have ran a rifle for over 2500 rounds of Russian steel case with no lube or cleaning, the manufacturer of Micro Slick (as well as all Nickel Boron, NP3 and others) recommend some oil on your BCG and regular cleaning.

When sending more than one item that is the same basic shape (example 2 or more BCGs, 2 or more trigger sets), please label them somehow (different bags, notes, just something you will understand when you get it back) as when you get them back, they will all look the same. Laser etching will be removed/covered. Stamps (MP stamps, lot numbers) will remain visible.

Shipping:
Turnaround time is about 5 business days from when I receive the items. I will always provide tracking information when your project is on its way home.
USPS insurance runs about $3 per $100 in coverage you request.
If you wish to send a return label because you can get shipping cheaper, that is fine with me, just let me know.

Other:
At this time, I’m still not able to accept registered items (frames, lowers) for coating. I will happily announce when I’m able to accept those parts again.

Per NIC/Cerakote:
Micro Slick's formulation prevents surface-to-surface contact, thus reducing friction and wear between mating surfaces. The exceptional low resistant to shear enables the Micro Slick coated surface to operate with extremely low friction. Micro Slick is available in both air cure and oven cure systems.
Dry film lubricants coatings are designed to create a permanent lubricated surface to impede galling and the seizing of components. Like or dissimilar materials can benefit from the application of these materials. The suggested application processes allow the coating to become an intrinsic part of the component rather than a coating on the surface.
RECOMMENDED USES:
Piston Skirts
Cylinder Walls
Crankshafts & Camshafts
Bearings and Gears
Valve Stems & Rocket Pivots
In the almost 4 years I have used/applied Micro Slick, I have never seen the oven cure version available so I crossed it out in the above description to help avoid confusion.
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Old 01-11-2014, 5:16 PM
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Does it protect against corrosion at all?
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Does it protect against corrosion at all?
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is the bolt carrier's chrome-lining mico slick'ed as well?
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is the bolt carrier's chrome-lining mico slick'ed as well?
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okay, thanks. one last q: when mailing the bcg to you, should it be cleaned first? if so, what cleaning method would you suggest? tia
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okay, thanks. one last q: when mailing the bcg to you, should it be cleaned first? if so, what cleaning method would you suggest? tia
It is not necessary for you to clean it before shipping it in as I have to strip it down (except for the extractor and ejector) to etch the outside surfaces before coating.

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Is there a charge for removing some oxidation before the process? What colors can you do?
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Is there a charge for removing some oxidation before the process? What colors can you do?
If you are talking about minor surface rust, then it should not be a problem and no extra charge. How ever, when there is a "twist" in a project (like rust), it is advisable to send an email (BandECoatings@gmail.com) with pictures to make sure we both are on the same page.
MicroSlick/Cerakote will not fill in (like bondo) any pitting from rust or tool marks. I might be able to feather over pitting/toolmarks with thicker coats, but that is a case by case basis and there is no guarantee of results.
Micro Slick only comes in the gray/blue color.
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