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Old 01-14-2014, 12:43 AM   #11
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Old 01-14-2014, 01:21 AM   #12
Camo, you are lucky to see it.
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"mebbe.. just mebbe. . . They all look so good, just mebbe. . . " he says after picking up a synthetic stock 10/22.

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i was thinking about painting a couple of my rifles but need help. Im going to buy the krylon camo paint but do you need to clear when your done or does that paint seal itself. and do you have to prep the barrel different or just prep it the same as stock.

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i was thinking about painting a couple of my rifles but need help. Im going to buy the krylon camo paint but do you need to clear when your done or does that paint seal itself. and do you have to prep the barrel different or just prep it the same as stock.
The ones I have krylon painted I shoot and go . If it gets to many beauty marks you just give it another shot of krylon .
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Here was my first attempt on a BB gun
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Old 02-28-2014, 06:47 AM   #16
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Half arsed snow camo.
BTW, I clear coat my paintjobs.
Prefer stocks painted, metal "as is".

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Looks good....keep 'em coming

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