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So, I read a lot of places that parkerizing then duracoating or cerakoting is the 'most durable' option for gun finishing. I want to send my Saiga to Rifle Dynamics, and I know that they will parkerize for me, but they don't have duracoat (and duracoat has the color I really want), but they have Norrell's Moly Resin. So, my question is -- is it still going to be the 'most durable' if I have a gun professionally parkerized, but then wait between 3 and 6 months before getting it duracoated? Norrell's has a color pretty close to what I want, but it can't be used on plastics (they don't m