Birchwood Casey Super Black Touch-Up Pen Flat Black
The Super Black Touch-Up Pens contain a fast-drying, lead-free paint with superior adhesion and durability that helps fill in deep scratches or worn areas. Specially formulated for use on highly polished and matte finished alloy gun receivers, trigger guards, scopes, binoculars, cameras, flashlights, fishing reels and other sporting accessories.
Features and Benefits of the Birchwood Casey Super Black Touch Up Pen Flat:
- Contains a fast-drying, lead-free paint.
- Fills in deep scratches or worn areas.
- Available in Gloss or Flat black.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
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The Birchwood Casey super black works great for touch-up of nicks and scratches on my AR, AK, and HK rifles. Easy to use; just clean with alcohol and applies like a magic marker. Dries to a nice matte black that blends in well. Every tool/cleaning kit should have one.
small area touch-ups
I have used this birchwood casey super black touch up pen numerous times to help give an AR or AK a better look after a rough day in the field. Product size is just right, as any larger would probably dry out before it all was used.Blends in well on any of the flat finishes that I have used it on.
Better than a Sharpie!
For minor touch up work, the birchwood Casey super black touch-up pen works great. I also used to the re-finish front blade on tactical 12 ga. "slugger" after shortening and pointing (per Benelli I must ad). Must be completely dry and scuffed(2+hrs.) before applying 2nd coat(summer sun helps). It's darker than my finish (because of lack of texture)but a VERY LIGHT 400-600 grit scuff when dry helps blend. Not as durable as an original finish, so keep that applicator clean for follow up usage. Now if I can only get the 12yr old to stop dinging my AR.....
Birchwood Casey touch up pen is well worth the small investment.
Birchwood Casey touch up pen is well worth the small investment. I use it to touch up areas on AR's that get blemished during parts replacement. It does well on the aluminum, and surprisingly well on the steel parts too. I've had one in my garage for a long time without it drying out.
I bought Birchwood Casey flat black pen to touch up some
I bought Birchwood Casey flat black pen to touch up some pin-sized nicks in the frame of my Beretta 92FS where the bright aluminum was showing through. I cleaned the areas with alcohol and then carefully applied the paint by dabbing a toothpick into the touch-up pen. It was almost a perfect match after the paint dried. It was hard to tell where the nicks used to be after the touch-up job. The paint dries extremely fast. I found that if you lightly rub your finger over the painted area not long after it has dried, it helps the paint to blend into the surrounding finish even better.I was impressed with the end result and would recommend this 100% for touching up your flat black gun.
The birchwood casey super black touch up pen works
The birchwood casey super black touch up pen works well and matches perfectly on the frame of my Sig P229. I had a very little chip on the frame from me trying to pry my magazine release out. Thank God this worked because sharpies sure didn't!
Birchwood Casey super black touch-up pen works great in spots
It works excellent in spots that do not get rubbed or touched a lot. It goes on very easily on to areas that have small scratches. Don't glob, or you will notice the difference in finish. So far, I've used it to touch up silver worn spots on rails, a scratch on some roll pins, etc. It matches relatively well with black matte, but it's mostly true only on small areas.
Birchwood Sasey Super Black Touch Up Pen
The Birchwood Casey super black touch up pen is great for touching up AR's. It is a perfect color match for mil-spec uppers and lowers, such as the DPMS lower and Bushmaster upper I used it on to fill in assembly scratches. I also used it to fill in the engraving for an SBR. It is durable, matches the color, is cheap, and a tube lasts a long time without drying out. What more could one ask for?
matches the black very nicel
I sadly got a long scratch down the barrel of my Benelli Nova. This matches the black very nicely, if you are searching for it you can undoubtedly discover in which the touch-up paint moved, but it less evident that the glistening metal is showing through and eliminates worries about rust. Place it on finely, at first I attempted to fill a scratch, and if you make it too thick, he gets shiny when it dries. I cleaned it before it is completely set and place on a coat and that stayed flat and matched manner better. I've cleaned and taken the gun and did not possess all of it to come off once in place.