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Old 05-10-2009, 3:27 AM
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Everyone has seen it now but I'd add it here since it does fit with the topic:

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Cal, I wrapped the entire gun, barrel and all, with camo
tape then added the underbrush 3-D Camo.



Awesome, didn't know how you got the leaves. I was looking at some camo form jobs and they look nice. Yours takes it up a notch.
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In fact, all the rifles in here people have posted look really sharp.
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Everyone has seen it now but I'd add it here since it does fit with the topic:

how did you do the digi camo? looks sweet!
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Awesome, didn't know how you got the leaves. I was looking at some camo form jobs and they look nice. Yours takes it up a notch.
the leaves were a net trick im interested on where you got that as well
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Here is one I did a while back:



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Cal, I picked up the tape and 3-D tape at Bass Pro Shops. I think you can order it online too.
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Attachment 22989My Marlin 60 in a ACU Digital type


Finally! haha, nice to see a Marlin .22 in the thread. I'm thinking about going with a magpul tan on the stock and some type of olive on the receiver/barrel/everything else but I'm not sure what kind of work that will require.
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Love it...sweet color
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Thanks man... It is just Krylon's camo line
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wow the last couple ARs posted are f-in sweeeeet.

i still dont have the courage to take spray paint to my AR, maybe one day....


next year when i'l buy a noveske as a new build, i think i will attempt spray painting my stag.
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Took me awhile to bite the bullet and do it as well man... Just throw your rifle on the ground and run a big *** stripe of paint across, once the first pass is over it's nothing

Hell man they are just tools... They are going to get banged around and scratched up anyway... Might as well hit em with the rattle can haha
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yea, im scouring gunbroker for a mini 14 stock so i can test it out.

what is better to paint, wood or composite?

the wood on my mini14 is too classy and smooth i couldnt bear myself to paint over it. im thinkin about grabbing one of those black stocks.
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Never tried to paint wood before but I wouldn't imagine it being much different... One thing you could try different patterns on is BB gun if you have one handy

Here is mine setup for "Nighttime Pest Eradication" missions haha

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Some Krylon and para cord.



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^ Sweet job!
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^^ I love the Rhino Lining on your truck bed! Nice job! hehe

The rifle has a *****in' camo on it. I love it!
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Few close ups... Sorry for the poor quality I am stuck using my phone until I get a replacement charger for my camera



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heh heh i love the roughed up camo look! After i put a few more good scratches on mine im taking a can of krylon to it. That sir looks like a "real gun"

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Paintjob stayed fairly spotless for awhile... After the first few trips out training it started wearing more and more
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Just did a quick rattle can job on one of my AR's

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started out with this:


stripped it, making it look like this:


repainted it so it now looks like this:






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Looks good, was it tough to strip it down?

I like your "stickman" type upside down shot:
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If I can ask, how did you get the fine lines on the leafs/ twigs? Ive tried and they always come out blurry. Also, which color goes down first, second, etc? Thanks.
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Just did a quick rattle can job on one of my AR's

Very innovative!!

These are more of a home job as I finished them for a friend a few months prior to the launch of Armory Airbrush;
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More to come after I figure out how to upload them with the net filters @ work.
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Ok, Who's next?
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Nice pictures....Love IT...
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Looks good, was it tough to strip it down?

I like your "stickman" type upside down shot:

thanks, no, it wasn't too bad. it just cost me 2 cans of brake cleaner an afternoon and a tooth brush. the brake cleaner didn't affect the plastic by the way.
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do you guys use any specific product or method for cleaning off the entire rifle before painting? whats the preferred paint and source for it?
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i just wipe it down with rubbing alcohol and an old t-shirt. as for paint, i've used alumahyde ii spray paint available at brownells.com or rustoleum brand spray flat primers and colors available at home depot.
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By caeser2001, shot with 5610 XpressMusic at 2009-10-03
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here is my multicam job, I still need to add tan and let it dry and set so it's not done yet but as you can it blends in with uniform very very well.
(Note the pattern is horizontal not vertical been you would holding the gun across you not vertically)

If anyone want's me to paint their gun I ll do it for $50 + you pay shipping to send your gun back







I can also do Marpat (note this was not a complete I have not added details yet)


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