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Color Case Hardening PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dan Printz   
Wednesday, 01 January 2014

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Case Color Hardening or Color Case Hardening: The Firing Pin, L.L.C. uses traditional (w/Bone and Wood Charcoal) to accomplish this task. Case Color Hardening has been around for centuries, however it is not known for how long. We do know that by Case Color Hardening a receiver or frame you get beautiful colors! A good Case Color Hardening can result in beautiful molten blues, greens, browns, purples, reds, and even grays. The colors themselves are perishable both from direct sun light and wear. I would recommend that you don't handle it roughly and that you don't leave it exposed in direct sunlight for extended periods of time, therefore, I offer a protective finish with a limited life time warranty either in glossy or satin finish.

The Firing Pin, L.L.C. only uses traditional (w/Bone and Wood Charcoal), and is an extensive process to under take to obtain beautiful colors. Color Case Hardening can be done on single and double barrel shotgun receivers, and some lever action rifles. Also other parts can be Case Colored as well such as levers, screws, trigger guards etc. All or some of these task may be involved.

 

To see more pictures of the Winchester Model 94 that I Color Case Hardened for Mr. Jeff Quinn go to www.gunblast.com

 

Warning: Due to the high temperatures involved warping may be an issue. Therefore I will only Color Case Harden one time. The Firing Pin, LLC does everything possible to avoid warping, and only if you send the complete firearm can I guarantee final fitting.

 

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I require 50% upfront and the rest of the payment before shipment of the firearm.

 

 

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Happy Shooting!

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 March 2014 )
 
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