Some Pics of my DuraCoat Rigs!!!!! Several Pics

Discussion in 'Gun Photos' started by lerch, Dec 18, 2007.

  1. lerch

    lerch <strong>SPONSOR</strong>

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    I finally got around to snapping some shots of a few of the rifles i have painted over the last few months.

    The first one here is BJ's 280AI APS rifle he had me dedicate to his alma mater, if you dont like it i just paint what i am told
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    This is BJ's factory 308 Savage police rifle with suppressor attached. THis is a variation of the ASAT camo pattern. Again kinda a weird pattern but trust me it is very effective.
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    Here is a savage 308 police model that of my own, no suppressor yet, that i painted last nite. I tried to mimic Shawns snake skin pattern with a little different colors and i was pretty happy with the result, though i am sure Shawns would look better. Straight shot gunsmithing bolt handle
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    And last is my 270 Allen Mag APS Rifle.
    27" lilja bbl #5 contour fluted 1-10twist
    McMillan Rem Varmint stock Deset Sand Camo
    Rifle Basix Trigger set on 1.5lb
    Harris BRM 6-9" bipod
    NightForce 3.5-15x56mm NP-1RR with NF Ultra Lite Rings and Near Base
    Painted to match primary color in stock
    Straight Shot Gunsmithing Bolt Handle
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    Take it easy
    steve
     
  2. gamedog

    gamedog Well-Known Member

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    Nice work. I've been thinking on trying a couple myself. That snow camo job would be great on some predator rigs:D
     

  3. MagMan

    MagMan Well-Known Member

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    Lerch, Nice!!

    Is that greenish color Desert Mirage Lizard on your Savage?
     
  4. lerch

    lerch <strong>SPONSOR</strong>

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    I think it is, i would have to check the colors again but i am pretty sure it is. The next time i do a snake skin pattern i will lay down a solid base color first and i will do one color a day since i just let them air dry. I used a piece of a clothing bag to do the pattern and since i was in a hurry i didnt let them dry so the colors would stick a little. When you overlay one color on another it makes the pattern stand out alot more so it will look better next time. I am pretty happy with it though.


    steve