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Good touch up for M4 receiver


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I've used Sharpie markers and I do not like how it contrasts on AR-15's anodizing. It clashes pretty bad.

I have also tried the Birchwood Casey anodizing marker and it works pretty darn good. There is still a bit of contrast, but I haven't heard of anything that does a perfect job. Pretty much anything you apply will look different because it is different (not anodizing).

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Funny you mention Robar.  I’ve had them do Glock work and NP3+ some rifle components in the past.  They do great work.

I’m looking at the Poly-T2 because of the color variety.  I remember reading that they can’t apply Armor Lube to aluminum.

My concern is having to totally disassemble the M4.  I’m confident that I can do it but I have no idea what the torque specs are for the top rail screws, receiver extension etc. 

Although I don’t do 3 gun it might be nice to open up the loading port a small amount.

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