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Old 02-23-2010, 08:32 PM   #1
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Default First try at doing a camo paint job

Hi guys. Well I'm still waiting on my money from the irs so i can put together my first ar ill post pics when that happens they said about 8 more weeks. Anyway the subject of this thread my mossberg 100 atr I figured since I'm waiting and hunting season is a ways away I may as well work on my mossy. I've decided to try a digital camo paint in flat black gray and white. i hope it turns out good. I should have taken a pic before I started taping it up but heres where I'm at now and i'm taking pics as I go.

more pics to come wish me luck
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Old 02-23-2010, 08:33 PM   #2
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sorry its so big
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Keep up posted on your progress.

In the mean time, is there a name for the color of that comforter?
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Just a question, is there a reason you aren't just removing the action and barrel and shooting the paint on the stock by itself??
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i guess i could have taken the action out ive never done it and im experienced in painting i just proceeded to tape it up thought never occured to do anything different. im taking a break this paint job is gonnna take me forever. im makin progress though
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I'm waiting to see it...
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i have finished taping for the first coat both sides heres pics
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nice, keep it up bro.

good job.
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Look forward to seeing the end results myself... Have fun getting all of the glue residue off the metal when you pull the tape off though
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