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Sons of Liberty Gun Works

AR/AK Pattern Cerakote

$ 300.00

Need more details? Call us at (210) 924-6499

All Prices include disassembly.

Select each item to be cerakoted.  One firearm per item added to cart.  

If the firearm received does not match the item you paid for additional charges may apply. 

This item includes return shipping back to the customer unless picked up in shop, must include FFL copy or Drivers license when shipping.

Pattern Cerakote includes a stenciled image.  We will email you for a copy of this image when we begin your project.  Image MUST be in .eps or .ai format.

If you choose a Custom Pattern, please be specific and email us pictures with your order number to Cerakote@sonsoflibertygw.com


Sons Of Liberty Gun Works is a custom rifle manufacturer in the US. This company was built on the principle of producing hard use, purpose-built weapons for Americans in 2012. Our company was founded by two lifelong firearms enthusiasts and one US Navy SEAL. We produce a wide range of products including AR15 rifles, barrels & other accessories, M4 based rifles, and accessories, and Mk10 Rifles, an overtake on the classic AR-10.  

We Guarantee Our Products

All our products are backed by a Lifetime Warranty. We can do this because we believe in only providing products that we believe in and would stake our reputation on. Our entire staff has been thoroughly trained by the best armorers in the proper procedures to build and diagnose problems with the M4 platform.  

M4 Accessories, AR15 Barrels, Cerakote Gun Coating & More

We provide in-house custom rifle builds and repairs for ar15 barrels, bolt carrier group, & m4 rifles, as well as cerakote gun coating, special orders of non-AR Platform firearms and training on the AR platform. We're your one-stop shop for m4 accessories, lower parts kits, holsters & more. We also do consult work. Come by and check us out, our doors are always open and the after-hours beers are always cold.

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