Can Rust Bullet be used instead of standard military paint?

Yes. Rust Bullet is currently used by many divisions of the United States Military. Rust Bullet has strong resistance to chemicals and abrasives in addition to its superior patented technologies for controlling rust and corrosion. Based upon the attributes of a properly applied and cured Rust Bullet Coating, it may be used as a chemical agent resistant paint system. Rust Bullet can be easily top coated with the Rust Bullet BlackShell, WhiteShell, and ColorShells which are ANSI Compliant OSHA Safety Colors, as well as other standard military topcoat paints. Rust Bullet has been awarded a Schedule Contract with the General Services Administration (GSA), allowing qualifying entities to purchase from the GSA Schedule.

Rust Bullet GSA Contract Number: GS-06F-0050R
GSA Schedule Number: 51V
Rust Bullet Cage Code: 3E9H7
Special Item Number (SIN): 834-100

Some of the United States Government Military and Non-Military Agencies currently using Rust Bullet:

  • Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA)
  • United States Department of Transportation, (DOT)
  • United States Army
  • United States Navy (USN)
  • United States Air Force (USAF) – Spacelift Range Systems Contract (SLRSC)
  • United States Marine Corps (USMC)
  • United States Naval Undersea Warfare Centers (NUWC)
  • United States Coast Guard (USCG)
  • United States Army Corp of Engineers (USACE)
  • The National Radio Astronomy Observatory’s Very Large Array (VLA)