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I agree with Stormweaver, I don’t think you can Rogard directly over NP3… I’ve accidentally let a drop of superglue get on an NP3 frame (replacing lost grip medallion) and the dried superglue came right off with my fingernail.
 

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wow.

That is slick! Talk about non adhesion. For curiosities sake I would like to have a block of SS or such and see if/what would stick to it. Just a rainy day project. I'm sure they have already done it. I'm a customer, maybe I will ask about it when I call...
 

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Nope, either one or the other and why would you want to? The NP3 is a better finish in terms of "wearability" and protection. If it's a black finish you want you'll either have to go with total Roguard or find another finish. I'm sending a CCO to them to have the frame done in Rogaurd and the slide plus internals done in Np3. I now have two guns done with NP3 and I just love the finish. Some feel it's too slick but I haven't had any issues at all with it and Oh Man it makes your guns so easy to clean!!
 

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Nope, either one or the other and why would you want to? The NP3 is a better finish in terms of "wearability" and protection. If it's a black finish you want you'll either have to go with total Roguard or find another finish. I'm sending a CCO to them to have the frame done in Rogaurd and the slide plus internals done in Np3. I now have two guns done with NP3 and I just love the finish. Some feel it's too slick but I haven't had any issues at all with it and Oh Man it makes your guns so easy to clean!!
Just trying to think outside the box....
 
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