AmBack grampers! Yes, even you can sit in that duck-blind or tree-stand all day! Into water sports? :twisted: You can go for those long boat rides too. Our Amback gramper 'Regulars" are garunteed to hold up for 4 - 6 hours depending on coffee intake. the Deluxe "RearGurard" version comes with a reusable "rogaurd" outer and a soft disposable inner.
Available in small and large bore.
Stock up for Christmas and don't forget the battery packs for those cold days of Winter! 8)
Both Roguard and NP3 are trademarks of Coating Technologies and/or Robar.
NP3 is a patented process and Robar has a license to use it (I'm not sure whether that is exclusive or not). It is a teflon/nickel electroplating process. Roguard is a spray and bake process. Robar has a sizeable following of gunsmiths who send stuff there (Phoenix) so I'm sure they can advertise the name of the process.
Coating technologies is an FAA certified facility and does coatings on aircraft engine parts and other components. Actually I think that is a bigger business than guns by a longshot.
I've got a couple of handguns with Roguard or two tone Roguard/NP3 finishes and they are incredibly durable. My #1 carry gun is a lightweight Commander with NP3 on the alloy frame and Roguard on the slide. It is close to 10 years old and shows only the faintest wear.
Thanks for all the info. I looked back over a couple websites and it was Cylinder and slide that advertised Roguard and NP3. I like a nice finish but I hate having to wipe off finger prints and smudges every time I look at the gun. I'm also a big fan of two-tone looks.
It looks like Robar may just be the way to go. They have a beautiful Hi power on their site but I could do without the gold trigger, etc.
A while back ago I sent a FIE TZ-75 for the complete NP3 treatment. It did make a vast improvement on the trigger pull. My only complaint with NP3 is when you have it on the outside of the slide it makes the darn thing slippery as hell.
Robbie did a Kahr K40 for me not long ago with Roguard frame and slide and NP3 internals and external controls.....the NP3 made a nice slick trigger even slicker. The Roguard on slide and frame seems to be very tough and shows no real holster wear at this time. A bonus for me....Robbie's just down the road from where I work, so no shipping involved!
Colt's catalog is getting thicker and thicker; especially when you look at their "custom shop".
For regular production guns, I can think of two that seem like no-brainer's to me since they're already most of the way there. A blued Python, and a .22 Diamondback.
For the custom shop...
I bought this at an auction, it’s a rifle with the name “Luger” on it, I am told it looks like a Mauser rifle but I don’t think these are Mauser proofmarks.
Any help will be appreciated
Again any help will be greatly appreciated
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Been lusting after one of these for a while now. I contracted a serious case of Airgun Fever this spring and after buying the Springfield Armory M1A underlever .22 pellet rifle and having hella fun with it, I decided to pull the trigger (pun intended) on one of these, too.
There are lots of...
With this year's NRA BoD ballots just out, I thought I'd see if any of the longtime old hands had any thoughts. Personally, based on the reports at Save the Second right now I'm leaning toward "bullet voting" for Buz Mills and write-in Frank Tait and Rocky Marshall, but I welcome additional...