Anschütz Gun Coating is a heavy-duty ceramic coating for all types of
firearms and knives.
Anschütz Gun Coating has excellent lubricating qualities, is free from
residue and creates a transparent, dry film on the treated surface and provides
long-lasting protection against corrosion, while the ceramic structures give
the weapon a high-polish effect. The functionality and efficiency of the weapon
is maintained even in very low temperatures, and the
shooting precision is increased.
Anschütz Gun Coating is suitable for metal and plastic. Even older weapons
will shine after a single treatment.
The high-performance coating acts like a ball bearing between galling
surfaces. The ceramic mixture has a long-lasting effect. It gives the weapon a
highpolish look and diminishes dust adhesion, providing maximum protection from
corrosion. Anschütz Gun Coating evens out microscopically small cracks and
grooves and smoothens the treated surfaces enduringly. It thus reduces wear to
and improves the shooting performance.
Anschütz Gun Coating is suitable for almost any metal and plastic surface,
even gold and silver ornaments remain protected for a long time. Anschütz
GunCoating can be applied to all surfaces. It thus provides all-round
protection for all parts of the weapon (pistol slides, barrels, triggers, bolts
of any kind)
Application inside the barrel: Clean barrel thoroughly, e.g. with
GunCleaner. Then spray GunCoating inside the barrel or spread with a felt wad
along the inside of the barrel. Finally wipe the barrel dry with a dry felt
wad. In case of large calibres wait approximately two hours before firing the
first shot until the “coating” has dried completely.
Smoothing the treated surfaces largely prevents gunpowder-adhesion. The
nongreasing and residue-free lubricating characteristics of Anschütz Gun
Coating prevent malfunction and jamming in firearms.
transparent, residue free, non-greasing coating
suitable for all types of firearms and knives
diminished dust adhesion
resistant to sea and fresh water
highly temperature resistant (from -40 °C to +750 °C)