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Old 05-20-2009, 08:02 AM   #1
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Anyone know about Burlington Engineering?

I am in the market to have some major parts melonite coated, 1911 frames/slides, and several semi auto rifle lowers. I searched around and several of the shops that specialize in just coating firearm parts are rather expensive, and wait time depends on when they have enough parts to fire up a batch. I got timelines of 1 to 4 months.

I stumbled on this place and gave them a call. They are a high production outfit processing melonite finishes daily. The lady I spoke to was very professional and friendly and seemed to understand more than the average person answering the phone. She claimed they regularly perform meloniting on firearms parts, as well as just about anything else people need coated. Because they regularly process melonite finshes she gave me a bulk price for EVERyTHING I wanted finished, and I have to say it is not much more than I would pay for just a 1911 frame/slide combo at the specialty shops. Turn around time would be about 7 days.

So, anyone heard anything about Burlington Engineering? Or might I be the sacrificial lamb to try them out?
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