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Free DuraCoating

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 23 Jul 2008 6:08 am

:D Ok folks. I have a proposition for you. I’m trying to get my gunsmithing work out there and noticed. Everything FBMG is doing and everything I’m doing isn’t cutting it. I don’t have an advertising budget so I need your help. What I propose is this; if you can refer 5 people into my shop I will give you one singlr color DuraCoat job free of charge. The more sets of 5 the more free work you can get and I‘m flexible with the type of free work you want. So if DuraCoat isn’t what you would like just give me a call and we can discuss it. :D
Well, there you go. If this is something that interests you PM me and we can get you earning free work. Thanks folks.
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Re: Free DuraCoating

Postby Queen Kat » Sat 02 Aug 2008 6:55 am

SWEET! This is an excellent idea Joe! Nothing travels faster than word of mouth.
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Re: Free DuraCoating

Postby Crusader Smithy » Sat 02 Aug 2008 7:36 am

Queen Kat wrote:SWEET! This is an excellent idea Joe! Nothing travels faster than word of mouth.

That's what Im hoping for.
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Re: Free DuraCoating

Postby Gibbles » Wed 15 Oct 2008 10:19 am

My Saiga 12 needs a better finish. :thumbsup:

Are you guys setup to drill and tap a rifle for a scope mount?
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Re: Free DuraCoating

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 15 Oct 2008 12:58 pm

Gibbles wrote:My Saiga 12 needs a better finish. :thumbsup:

Are you guys setup to drill and tap a rifle for a scope mount?

I assume you are talking about a bolt action. With our current equipment I personally wouldn't feel comfortable doing so. I prefer to do bolt actions on a mill and we don't have one YET.
Be happy to refinish the saiga for you.
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Re: Free DuraCoating

Postby garp » Wed 12 Nov 2008 3:50 pm

I will refer myself:

What kind of turnaround and price can you give me on cutting a 3/8" dovetail into a couple of bull .22 barrels? I could drop them off when I do my CCW class.

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Re: Free DuraCoating

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 12 Nov 2008 5:15 pm

garp wrote:I will refer myself:

What kind of turnaround and price can you give me on cutting a 3/8" dovetail into a couple of bull .22 barrels? I could drop them off when I do my CCW class.

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Im not set up to do the dovetails right now. Turnaround on Duracoat is roughly 2 weeks.
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