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Unread 05-07-2008, 11:05 AM
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i have used krylon's stone paint. it goes on a bit big but you can knock it down to your tastes before it completely hardens. works real well and goes on fast... just hit it with color of choice and your done....

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    Unread 05-07-2008, 01:01 PM
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    i have used krylon's stone paint. it goes on a bit big but you can knock it down to your tastes before it completely hardens. works real well and goes on fast... just hit it with color of choice and your done....

    woofer
    I painted my whole stock with the Plastikote stone paint. It's just the right amount of texture without grating your skin off. I liked the color so i topped it off with a poly clear coat.
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    Thats actually a pretty good pic-torial on Sniper Central. Another one is available here @ the website for R&D Precision:

    R+D Precision - DIY
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