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Old 08-02-2010, 01:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 08-02-2010, 02:12 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Dust is better for rough and tumble, I dive a lot and one thing that takes a beating on all my guns is the ASA, my dust finish ASA is a little worn, but it's nothing compared to other polish anno stuff I've owned. Dust rocks.
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Dust is better for rough and tumble, I dive a lot and one thing that takes a beating on all my guns is the ASA, my dust finish ASA is a little worn, but it's nothing compared to other polish anno stuff I've owned. Dust rocks.
I've never understood this - my dust guns and parts have always scratched as soon as someone looks at them wrong. Polished finishes for me tend to "slide" off of things better.
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I've never understood this - my dust guns and parts have always scratched as soon as someone looks at them wrong. Polished finishes for me tend to "slide" off of things better.
Exactly, CCM's Dust scratches so much easier for me than any other companies dust.
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Exactly, CCM's Dust scratches so much easier for me than any other companies dust.
I've had a dust black S6 since the beginning of '07. It's been used for about 75 days of play each year. It's never been babied, and only gets cleaned when it's lucky. It shoots like a dream and has very few actual scratches. It does have some anno wear, which I personnally love...it's a testament to the amount of play time it gets.
The dust finish has a texture that can cause whatever rubs against it to leave dust or residue...maybe this is what you're experiencing. The finish isn't scratching...whatever's rubbing against it is.
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Agreed on dust scratching way easier. I'm not sure why anyone would want dust anyway, ccm's polished stuff cannot be beat.
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