I offer parkerizing services in both zinc phosphate (light gray) and manganese phosphate (dark gray). You can get my contact info and some pics of my work from my website: http://www.RetroArmsWorks.comGood afternoon all. I'm on the hunt for another kit, but this time I want to have it refinished. Do any of you offer Parkerizing for a service charge? When I find a kit id like to send it to one of you and the rsp so they can be matched before assembly.
I just did these last night. I guess I'm doing this backward then, aren't I ?After having assembled over 100+Browning's,agree that it is much better....time,effort and frustration...to assemble and test before parking the piece or individual pieces. When 30cal (Brian) machines an internal set,he parks the pieces so they can be checked during fitment.
I recall one build party where several folks stood in line to sand blast their parts before even an attempt was made to assemble the box,check the internals fit,etc. The time and effort used to do so was a complete waste,as after their assembly,fitment check and riveting, they had to blast the parts again to park 'em. I'm lazy...I hate to have to do stuff over again....LOL.