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Temporary page- sorry, still under construction, but I'm chipping away at it.
First off, I do not do anodizing or chrome plating in-house.
For both, I have professional shops such as PK Selective or Ano-Tech do the work. They're both very good, and do quality work. Prices vary by type, number of pieces, prepwork needed, color or combination, or choice of finish.
Because I do not do the work in-house, I've had to restrict my offering of the services to only those guns or parts on which I am doing other mods. In other words, I'll be happy to have the gun anodized, after I've milled or modified it, but I'd rather you not send it in for just the anno or chrome alone.
Better yet- Here's how you can do it yourself!
No, not anodizing the gun yourself, here's how you can "avoid the middleman" and send the gun straight in to the company yourself. Includes tips on disassembly, stripping the old anodizing or other finishes, prepwork and polishing, and shipping.
I can, however, nickel-plate small parts in-house.
Prices vary, of course, on size, shape, material, polish or texturing. More information to come.
Full Stripping and Polishing services:
Strip off the old anodizing, paint or plating, and have it buffed to a high shine. Steel, brass, aluminum, stainless, titanium and more.
Here's how to do it yourself, from our Technical Section.