Rifle stock painting

IHFarmer07

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I recently practiced on a 10/22 first before I try my hand at my krg bravo that will be housing a 6.5prc barreled action sometime this month hopefully and it was fun and not hard at all. I used rustoleum camo paint that adheres to plastics and such, then used some clear coat over that, use matte clear though, all I have at home is gloss but it works and I already had it so.
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Don Titus

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I have a carbon composite stock that came with my Seekins Havak. I'n not a big fan of the color and i'm looking to have the stock painted in some sort of camo pattern. Anyone have any recommendations for an applicator?
I painted my Remington 700 in Camo myself. Just remove the barrel and action and use 4-5 different Camo colors (greens and beige/gray) spray cans of rust oleum work fine...use ferns, grasses, leaves, etc. to create a pattern...not hard to do at all.
 

LR65Pb

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I used enamel spray on water using all of my colors I wanted. Dipped the stock in it and lifted it out with pre-attached hangers. This was my first and only attempt. Very well attached to stock.
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Alibiiv

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I’d suggest doing a forum search in here, I know there are quite a number of easy, do it yourself recommendations and plenty of info on stock painting, most include using a sponge
 

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