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Old 01-13-2012, 01:14 AM   #51
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Okay. Also, since I don't exactly have a bipod on my handgun...what's a good way to "mount" it during the work and curing period? I can't think of anything.
I bought the paint this morning!

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i hung mine with some paracord from a tree when i painted mine. maybe hang it in your garage or closet when drying
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Old 01-13-2012, 02:05 AM   #52
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thinking about redoing mine like this:

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i hung mine with some paracord from a tree when i painted mine. maybe hang it in your garage or closet when drying
That was my original idea but I'm liking the tack board...I found a shelf rod that fits my barrel even if I wrap a cloth around the rod to protect the rifling. All I had to do was take a Dremel to the hook end and I'm in business.

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yeah i like it. i read it takes a lot longer than it looks. like plan on doing it over a few days not in a few hours
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Yeah I'm gonna start in the morning, I figured I'll be done by Sunday, considering its just a full size handgun.

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are you doing it like the video?

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No, I'm putting tigerstripes on my FiveseveN

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