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Made my Sig 226 Tac Ops a two tone using Moly Resin.. Not too hard if you have a good spray gun and compressor.. And your wife dont mind you using the oven for an hour.. Came out real nice except I narfed up the finish a little putting the roll pins back in for the extractor and fire pin.. Just doing the slide would have been easy but I wanted to have the slide release, mag release, trigger and de cocker match so I disassembled the lower of a pistol for the first time. Thanks to you tube was not too bad..
 

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Congratulations, I've did a couple of older non-Colt 1911s with Brownells Baking Lacquer, in a can, but never tried any of their more "premium" finishes, as I don't have a "Spray Outfit".
Besides if anyone had ever seen the old Chevy pickup, I had painted back in the early '80s, they would understand why...
 
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It looks great, you guys from Austin are always showing off.

My wife would tar and feather me if I used HER oven to roast a gun.
I tread lightly in the kitchen.
 

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Looks good to me. the controls do set it off just right too.
 

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Nice work :)
 

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My wife would tar and feather me if I used HER oven to roast a gun.
I tread lightly in the kitchen.
You need to remind her that a man's home is his castle, and you can do whatever you like. They like that. All my ex-wives did.
 
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