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I have a SIG P6 that I got pretty cheap. Its a West German Police trade in. The slide was pretty rough, so I decided to do a little project on it. I always wanted to try some of the bake on laquer from Brownells. I think it turned out pretty good considering it was my first attempt.
 

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that did turn out really well. Does it come in different colors?
Do you have any idea how it will hold up sliding in and out of a holster?
 

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Dennis, It comes in many colors. So far its held up in my holster.
 

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I believe I paid around 12-13 bucks for the baking laquer. I also bought a can of Black Aluma-hyde for around 10 bucks for the grips. I figure if it wears off, Its easy to apply for a touch up.
 

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Like the duo tone look on that pistola. I could see getting a lot of that stuff and having some fun.
 

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Elip, go to www.brownells.com , thats where I got it. They have anything you could ever need for guns. You can spend hours looking and lots of money. ;)
 
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