Nemean Arms Camouflage Experts can create a Camouflage pattern and color scheme for any environment. or desire. We do not cut corners or take short cuts on your weapon. We finish every weapon with the highest skill level and pride and if it is not right, it does not leave the shop. All of our finishes come with a 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed.

How durable is DuraCoat? DuraCoat is permanent. With normal use, a firearm finished with DuraCoat will last several lifetimes. What is DuraCoat? DuraCoat is a two part chemical coating. Unlike other firearm finishes, DuraCoat was created specifically for firearms. Other firearm finishes are “spin-off’s” from other industries.

DuraCoat adheres very well to stainless steel as well. Any Blued weapon must be stripped, media blasted, and then parkerized before we can apply a DuraCoat Finish. Yes, we can apply DuraCoat to any wood furniture or stock. We strip, sand, repair damage, and then reseal the wood before we apply the finish. We specialize in breathing new life into old, tired, and worn out weapons. We can leave the wood checkering or glass over them.

There is a misconception in the world and that is that harder is always better when in fact it is the exact opposite. In the world of race cars, boats, and guns you need flexibility. I believe, it has been a long time since my work with cerakote, that cerakote is still a teflon based paint. Cerakotes chemical makeup and harder finish makes it more prone to chipping, cracking, flaking, and wear. Now Duracoat is a two part paint that was developed by LCW based on a paint made by Sherman Williams that was developed for Naval ships. Reason being that this paint was created for the Navy with the requirement that it be tough and wear proof yet flexible to conform with the hull. That is why Duracoat conforms to many military standards. Duracoat is able to flex, expand, and contract with the surface it is bonded with. I have worked with both and I perfer Duracoat.