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Old 08-02-2010, 05:48 PM   #1
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So I've been looking for some replacement sig grips that are olive drab. I've looked at houge but it seems that all they have is for a DAO sig p220. I have the DA/SA model and was wondering if you guys have any idea what I can do. If I bought a second set of regular grips and duracoted them olive drab would they be hard to grip? any ideas you guys can come up with are appreciated. Thanks.



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Heck, I took some Krylon Appliance white paint to a set of m1911a1 grips. Still holding up. Prep is the key to any paint job, including duracoat. If the texture of the second set is not too flexible, you should be all right.



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If you prep them well Duracoat should be fine. I've seen some Krylon jobs that have held up a good while.

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