DuraBlue Brings Old Guns Back to Life

DuraBlue Brings Old Guns Back to Life

Introduced at the 2015 SHOT Show, DuraCoat is now offering a product that brings old, dull gun finishes back to life. This fountain of youth firearm coating, known as DuraBlue, is one of the toughest finishes that can be applied to a firearm.


When applied to the surface of a degreased firearm, DuraBlue dries into a hard coating with a deep blue high gloss finish. The product can be applied via an aerosol can or with a spray gun. Both offerings contain enough DuraBlue for several applications on handguns and long guns.

DuraBlue is available in an aerosol can for $39.95, or in various sizes of liquid containers for spray gun applications, starting at $29.95 for a 4 oz. bottle.

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