02-20-2015, 11:50 PM
Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: Beautiful Downtown Monroe, GA
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This thread reminds me of one time, while working for the phone company, the area construction office sent me out to handle a customer complaint. I went out and made contact with the customer, a very nice woman. She stated that when Bellsouth's master contractor placed a buried cable on the right of way in front of her home, they cut her "invisible dog fence". Very seriously, I looked at her and said, "How can you tell?" She was stunned for a second and a bit puzzled, then it dawned on her what she had just said to me. She smiled and we both had a good laugh!! I apologized and told her that I just could not leave that "lead in" alone.
I had a crew from our master contractor dispatched, they located and repaired the damaged wiring and the customer was satisfied.
Back on topic: Your coated pistol indeed shows no difference from a non-coated pistol. Hopefully, the coating will continue to protect your firearm from any undue wear. Be sure to keep us up to date as to how that works out. The longevity of the coating and it's protective qualities could be a serious merchandising point in favor of the process!!
Thanks for sharing!!
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Last edited by Lineman; 02-20-2015 at 11:56 PM.