We can coat steel, stainless steel and titanium alloy. We can NOT coat aluminum, cheap cast parts, pot metal, brazed parts, springs, plastic or other non-metal parts. We do not coat relics or guns with components that cannot be easily replaced. Contact us if you have questions.
We can provide gunsmith services at an additional charge!
All firearms or components must be 100% disassembled before coating. This means all rivets, pins, bushings, screws, sights, springs, etc. must be removed. If you don’t want a part coated, don’t send it to us. Don’t forget internal components!
As part of our standard process, parts will be prepared with a tumble polished finish before coating. Titanium nitride (TiN) is applied at less than 5 microns thick. TiN will not fill any scratches, pits or other imperfections on the surface of a part. If you are seeking a shiny mirror finish the parts must be polished BEFORE coating. Contact us for more details.
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality nitride coatings available. Our TiN coating is compliant with aerospace specification AMS 2444A, Class 1 and Class 2. Every coating batch is run with a witness coupon which we use for destructive and non-destructive testing. All coated parts are inspected before leaving our facility. Our facility is an FDA registered establishment, we are licensed in the State of California as a medical device manufacturer and we have an FFL.
Titanium Gun warrants the quality of its coatings. If you find any defects in the coatings we provide, contact us immediately. We do not warranty the performance of your firearm. Our only obligation shall be to rework, or refund the original purchase price of the coating if we have determined it to be defective. The suitability of our coatings and the intended use shall be the sole responsibility of the user.
CALIFORNIA D.O.J. PAPERWORK
If you are sending your serialized firearm directly to us as an individual, you do not need to complete the California Department of Justice paperwork. FFL holders sending us serialized frames or receivers must obtain the DOJ “Firearms Shipment Approval”.
Long guns may be mailed through the U .S . Postal Service, as well as most private parcel delivery services or common carriers . Handguns may not be sent through the U .S . Postal Service . A common or contract carrier must be used for shipment of handguns . However, pursuant to federal law, non-licensees may ship handguns only to persons who hold a valid Federal Firearms License (FFL) . Both in-state and out-of-state FFL holders are required to obtain approval (e .g ., a unique verification number) from the California DOJ prior to shipping firearms to any California FFL . (Pen . Code, § 27555 .)
For DOJ firearms shipment approval:https://cflc.doj.ca.gov/
For general info on CA firearms laws:california d.o.j. info