I have recently come into a well used Browning BPS with a synthetic stock that has all the makings of a turkey gun. Being adventurous I am thinking I should try a camo finish. Brownell's has a bake-on finish that requires 30 minutes at 350 degrees that would be durable, etc. My question is what about the synthetic stock? How do I paint and cure that without melting it? Or do I do the metal parts with one product and plastic with another safer one?
For what its worth, I only want to do this with spray can products, I don't have an airbrush kit, I don't want one either. Anyone have any experience doing this sort of thing?