Originally Posted by bigone96
I would disagree and you must not have a weapon that is dipped. I haven't had one issue with it. Cerakote will chip around sharp corners. I have had multiple barrels done it seems like the crown always chips. Just like it does around free float handguards. Bow manufactures have been dipping for quite sometime with great results.
Did you use the H-Series or something else from Cerakote?
You can take a flathead screw driver to real (baked on) Cerakote and it won't come off. Hell you can let it soak in muratic acid for a few hours and it might as well be sitting in water.
You can't even compare hydro-dipping to Cerakote H-Series. That's like comparing a vinyl decal to armor.
**Edit: Sorry about shitting on your thread. I'm gonna back out now and let ya get on with it. Just didn't want anyone to be mislead about the durability comparisons between the two products.**
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