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I would think less. I am not an expert, but I would think the majority of the M4's value would be derived from factory condition (with the exception of add-on gizmos and stuff that can be very quickly removed.) this is only my opinion.

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I use the bake on finish from Brownells.I put it on my Rem 7600 last year and put that gun through **** and that stuff just wouldn't quit! The price is very affordable for the return you get out of it.The gun is on my myspace in my mixed hunting photos.The pic labled Maine Bruiser.If you're looking to make a dollar off your gun, forget it.If you're looking to make it almost indestructable,go for it!

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I use the bake on finish from Brownells.I put it on my Rem 7600 last year and put that gun through **** and that stuff just wouldn't quit! The price is very affordable for the return you get out of it.If you're looking to make a dollar off your gun, forget it.If you're looking to make it almost indestructable,go for it!

 

I used the same or similar product as well (brownells teflon moly spray.) You can buy a finish paint gun for $10 at harbor freight and a compressor for less than a $100. They also have all-in-on HVLP spray kits for $60 but a seperat compressor gives you more options I think. I used the finish on my old M14 mags and they came out very nice. You have to be careful to put on a thin (or multiple thin) coats only. Good advice

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I think some folks confuse gunkote and duracoat.

Duracoat can be applied cold and can give a rough and uneven finish.

 

Gunkote is baked on and if applied properly can be as slick and beautiful as any factory finish.

 

Applied properly I don't think the Gunkote finish will hurt the value of the gun one bit.

It could increase the value in the mind of the right kind of buyer.

 

The Benelli stock black finish leaves something to be desired, and gunkote and similar aftermarket finishes can take up that slack.

 

I would love to see Benelli go to a similar finish from the factory.

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