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Old 12-16-2009, 2:36 PM
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take your time and spray everything from every angle. let it dry at least overnight:

don't forget to get the parts you'll forget like under the selector switch, the hidden parts of knobs, etc. i sprayed everything after with the Aluma-Hyde II Matte Clear. i find this keeps the paint on the rifle longer so you can abuse it more. but as with all spray jobs, it will chip eventually. but i like that look so i don't mind.

put it back together.


I hope this guide helps someone out there!
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