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  1. #11
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    Default Re: EFR Fall 2019 Projects

    Awesome work.

    I have an idea for a dissipator AR I have in retro A1 furniture that is similar to the Glock in the 1st set of pictures. Looks like your the man for the job once I get the funds.

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    When I started down this path 12 years ago I never thought I would be doing things like I am doing now. I thought I would be doing mostly single color or two tone looks and about 60 % of my work today is just that, the rest is camo work and now people are requesting even more so I am currently experimenting with Gun Candy. down the road I want a laser engraver so I can do even more. For now I am getting my SOT license. When you go to your gunshop what do you see ,Black guns silver guns and maybe some hydro dipped stuff that wears off easily, or a few OD Green or FDE guns that's it ,maybe some fine bolt actions with nice wood. When you stop in at my shop you see at minimum 10 custom Cerakoted Ar rifles ,pistols shotguns, etc and some guns that you won't often see in regular shops. I like to do unusual stuff. Those who have been here can verify that. I am not a normal gun shop. So if they want a camo I will try to give them what they want.
    www.EastonFirearmsRefinishing.com Owner/Operator, NRA Pistol Instructor

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    Default Re: EFR Fall 2019 Projects

    Nice looking work, for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Ahearn View Post
    When I started down this path 12 years ago I never thought I would be doing things like I am doing now. I thought I would be doing mostly single color or two tone looks and about 60 % of my work today is just that, the rest is camo work and now people are requesting even more so I am currently experimenting with Gun Candy. down the road I want a laser engraver so I can do even more. For now I am getting my SOT license. When you go to your gunshop what do you see ,Black guns silver guns and maybe some hydro dipped stuff that wears off easily, or a few OD Green or FDE guns that's it ,maybe some fine bolt actions with nice wood. When you stop in at my shop you see at minimum 10 custom Cerakoted Ar rifles ,pistols shotguns, etc and some guns that you won't often see in regular shops. I like to do unusual stuff. Those who have been here can verify that. I am not a normal gun shop. So if they want a camo I will try to give them what they want.
    Do you have set normal walk in hours for you shop or is it appointment or call before only? I would like to stop in some time and take a look around just for the hell of it, but don't want to disrupt your work.

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    Default Re: EFR Fall 2019 Projects

    I am in the shop 8 am to 5 pm Mon thru Fri, on sat 8am to 12 noon during the winter, call first and let me nknow when you are coming, I do pop out to the range early in the morning to test fire, I am always back in by 10 am because UPS and fedex start delivering by then. 610-252-5334
    www.EastonFirearmsRefinishing.com Owner/Operator, NRA Pistol Instructor

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    Default Re: EFR Fall 2019 Projects

    Very nice work. I've been meaning to check out your shop to help finish a few of my AR projects. I'm a long time lurker here.

    Ever work with any of this stuff? https://www.guncandy.com

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    Default Re: EFR Fall 2019 Projects

    yes I am experimenting with Gun Candy on a 300 black out rifle right now,hope to finish it this week. I will post some pics.
    www.EastonFirearmsRefinishing.com Owner/Operator, NRA Pistol Instructor

  8. #18
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    Default Re: EFR Fall 2019 Projects

    Excellent. I know it's wouldn't be everyone's cup of tea, but I like things that are different.

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