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Unread 02-24-2009, 02:19 PM
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Re: Film Dipping rifles

BH, what was their proposed turn around time?
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    Re: Film Dipping rifles

    a good friend of mine has a son that does this. i resently saw a bear skull in full camoflage they did. it was amazing. he had it at the Harrisburg Sports show and everyone that looked at it said the same thing. they can paint almost anything with the many different patterns they have available. i'm probably gonna get my new build covered with something.

    call Dusty at 717-830-2472 liquidillusion.net

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    Re: Film Dipping rifles

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    BH, what was their proposed turn around time?
    Mine was a little different, normally within the week though.

    Mine had previously been finished with an extra hard finish that is giving them hell getting off. I tried it and it made my orbiting sander cry "uncle".

    Told em so, but they said they could and would do it and for the $85 fee.

    We will see soon.

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    Mine had previously been finished with an extra hard finish that is giving them hell getting off. I tried it and it made my orbiting sander cry "uncle".
    After that I'll bet everyone else sees a price increase.

    Dave, I think I'm going to give Dustin a call.
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    Re: Film Dipping rifles

    They do shoot benchrest, mostly Hunter benchrest. I live in the Boise area and have shot with them and visted their shop. Scott and Todd are great to work with and do a fantastic job. I had a pre64 model 70 with a horrible looking fiberglass stock and now it looks like a beautiful burl wood. I have 2 other rifles that I am going to take over to them. There is basically no limit to what can be done with this stuff, they can take a piece of wood and make it look lie granite or marble.


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    Re: Film Dipping rifles

    Is this as durable as Duracoat?
    Any opinions on how scratch resistant it is? (from the guys that already have it)

    What are the laws regarding shipping a rifle to them? Do they have an FFL?
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