hay's,brownell's finish's are excellent,and easy to do. i used it on a 1911 that i rebuilt. if you like i can e-mail you a picture. i just wanted something more durable than bluing. i have read and talk to other's who have used it. and they are pleased as well.
I just finished the 1911 I was working on and finished it with the teflon moly. Next time I'll buy the pint can and use a spray gun. The aerosal can suck. They blop the finish on which is handy but makes it too thick looking. The lacquers don't hold up as well but they are easy to blend. If they came out with a fan valve spray can it would be better.
hay's i sent you a picture, let me know when you get it? your e-mail address was odd, with the spaces between the w
but i think it sent off ok. the paint in the steem is thicked while on the shelf, once that blow's out, it spray's perfectly. always test spray, befor applying any spray finish on any firearm. it cover's nicely with one coat, but as it says on the directions,two light coats. if the parts are pre-heated, it works like a charm.