parkerized

parkerized

Descriptive of iron or steel which has received a rustproofing treatment by being dipped in a boiling solution of manganese di-hydrogen phosphate; this protective coating also improves the bonding of paints and lacquers.
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The pistol is built with 4140 Ordnance steel and finished with a parkerized matte coating.
The grip frame is identical to a .45 ACP Government Model to the point I was able to swap out the factory supplied checkered rubber grips with a pair of Herrett's fully checkered Cocobolo panels, setting off the Parkerized finish quite well.
I'm not certain because the parkerized finish has worn similarly to the frame's.
I have a '67 T-series that has had the magazine safety removed, rear sight notch opened up slightly and then given a new Parkerized finish.
As with all Auto-Ordnance M1 Carbines, the wood is high-quality walnut, and all metal parts are Parkerized.
As military rifles, Springfields and Garands were recent memories, but even the newfangled M14 had traditional lines and, yes, wore a wooden stock with Parkerized metal.
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The Parkerized finish will suffer considerably during installation of the barrel components so it is unlikely that you will have a nice finish when you get the gun assembled.
Despite everything one reads and hears about Bordeaux being "Parkerized," there were very few of the fruit bombs that wine critic Robert Parker seems to appreciate.
You can have your shotguns Parkerized by a local gunsmith or have them dipped in a protective camouflage film coating offered by Trebark Camouflage; 540/774-9248.
By 1943, World War II M1911Als featured brown plastic grip panels and a Parkerized finish.