Originally Posted by <GHOST>
hydro dipping is a film thats added on the gun is thin film......if its destroed as you said the comany that did it will be insured...and if not you can get it annoed ???? no???
Well, the company got paint (they have to have a paint basecoat for the hydro dip to adhere to.) inside all of the marker.
It was inside where the Lpr was along with where the rammer sits, and the bolt area.
I was told by the hydrodipper (the second one that I asked to repair my marker.) along with Eclipse that is was toast. If they would try and remove all the paint with a stripper, it would affect all of the tolerances.
I had paint and hydro dip all over. The threads on my barrels had been painted and hydrop dipped. You could see massive amounts of paint and debris built up inside of my barrels. It was such a mess.
The company said that they were going to refund my money for the dip, but never actually sent me my money. They refuted that they damaged my markers and barrels, even though the other dipping shop agreed with Planet Eclipse that they messed up and the marker was a paperweight now.
The problem that I also have is that this was an American company that dipped my items, and I am from Canada. It makes it hard to have any legal recourse.
Just make sure you deal with a good dipping company and you should be alright. Just understand there are risks.
I later got another barrel kit along with a Z2 hopper done by a legit company and I love them. Excellent job.