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Painted or camo stock pics?

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Unread 10-27-2009, 06:17 PM
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Re: Painted or camo stock pics?

if you paint your stock grab some cheap clearcoat not high gloss just regular or satin clear if you can find it. hobby stores have satin clear i dont think youll find it anywhere else. Spraypaint isnt weather/oil resistant especially on blued metal to get a good bite youd have to sand/scuff up the surface and just thinking about doing that makes me cringe. so what i did with fantastic results on my bipod was paint my desired cammo pattern on it and then took cheap valspar (junk paint but perfect for this use) and dusted my bipod with it holding the can about a foot and a half away from my target, doing this will give you a chip/oil/water resistant finish without being shiny if you do this i promise youll love the results i used testors model paint on my bipod, probably the absolute worst choice i could have made, but with the light dusting of clear oil and in one disater bore cleaner just wiped off without taking paint with it so a succsess. heres my gun its hard to see the paint but thats the point of my rifle rag i made
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