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KPCS 05-13-2006 03:56 PM

Powder Coating
We did Stunts Proto in a White Sliver Vein powder coating while still leving the anodizing on the inside of the marker.

You can see more on this marker at:

Ken W

mattstuf888 05-13-2006 05:11 PM


KPCS 05-13-2006 06:10 PM

I belive I stated that the anodizing was left on the inside not under the powder coating ..

D-Town = Detroit Town

Ken W

Butch 05-14-2006 05:27 AM

Looks insanely nice man. Still think the white silver vein on my PMI look the best though :P

KPCS 05-14-2006 11:01 AM

Butchs PMI 1 ..

Ken W

Stunts101 05-14-2006 02:21 PM

Hey Dad thanks for the awesome work.Mattsuf888 Yes D-town stand for Detroit.I'm startin my own army Called D-Town Army.I know a guy in Dallas thats is doin the same name.But yeah thats all it is Stands for Detroit.

SR_matt 05-14-2006 03:53 PM


Originally Posted by mattstuf888
Very, very nice. Will the PC hold just as good with the anodizing still underneath?

What's the "D" stand for? Stunts said D-Town on your forum, but what's the actual name of the town? Just curious, because I live in Downingtown and we commonly call it the same thing and use the same type of letter.

the way to check if the ano has been made thick enough before you seal it is to see if it is a perfect insulator... or close there to it, IIRC (i.e. no conduction of electricity) and to power coat you need electricity (or at least a chharge) put on the piece you are coating.


KPCS 05-14-2006 07:10 PM

I would not powder coat over anodizing. I strip the anodizing first then powder coat.

Ken W

Butch 05-27-2006 12:28 AM

Ken= magical and stuff.

PMI 1 shot darts. Easily my favorite marker I have ever fired... Plus, its mine...


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