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Old 05-10-2011, 03:43 PM   #11
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+1000, that is gorgeous. I thought it was going to be a thread on how to get pine tar OFF of your gun.

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+1000, that is gorgeous. I thought it was going to be a thread on how to get pine tar OFF of your gun.
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Wow! Very nice! What color and type of dye did you use?

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That is some purty wood. Might have to make a wall hanger for it to display.

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Here is a set of AKS-74U hand guards that I used the pine tar method with. These ones weren't sanded a lot and I went for more of a dark red color.








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Wow! Very nice! What color and type of dye did you use?
I used Mahogany Transtint dye, mixed into the shellac.
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ARnoob: what is that on the barrel of that rifle? I've never seen anything like that before

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