Re: Anyone paint a Choate Stock?
The Choate, as well as any plastic stock, needs the plastic roughed up and cleaned throughly before using Kyrlon or any other plastic paint.
The auto paints work well, too, but need good surface prep.
Sand, sand, sand, clean, clean, and sand again. Follow paint instructions well.
Pics necessary. When I finally got my Striker stock ready for paint, it was absolutely smooth. All grip surfaces added later. Lasted years so far.