PVD tech is short and sweet for physical vapor deposition technologies. These technologies are applied for a whole host of protective reasons in commercial and industrial environments where hand-held and light to heavy duty machinery is used. The coatings are applied in a variety of ways to do with the tools and machinery involved and its related construction materials. All coatings produce durable coating finishes that are applied to a variety of substrates such as glass, plastic and metal.
The vacuum coating equipment in use is also applied to the cleaning and coating of your favorite weapons. For whatever reason you are keeping guns, ammunition and rifles, or for whatever reason you are using it for, mainly for protection and for hunting trips, your reputation can be shielded even further with a vacuum coating. You are already abiding by the code of conduct as listed by the National Rifle Association and your firearm is properly licensed.
Coating your favorite firearm with PVD coatings is arguably the most effective and most environmentally friendly method of coating for protection against corrosion and use. It also gives off aesthetically pleasing results. The gun still looks good even while still being used regularly. There is also the trademarked application to make a note of. It’s called BlackCat. This trademark only uses a thin film coating that does not interfere with gun use.
If you really want to come out with your guns blazing then you need quality on your side. If you contract someone to do the gun cleaning and coating on your behalf, you are assured of this. All orders and applications are inspected a number of times before weapons leave the workshop. Safety standards, of course, are also adhered to.