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Old 12-08-2008, 4:51 AM
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Default Pics of your home done paint/camo jobs!

Please post pics of camo/paint jobs that you did yourself at home.

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ok, i'll go first. i decided to try my hand at rattle canning an AR this past week. i used brownell's aluma-hyde ii spray in coyote, earth brown, and dark parkerizing gray along with their matte clear coat. this was my first try at doing a camo job on an AR.













i'm interested in seeing everyone else's home spray can camo jobs. post 'em!
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i'm interested in seeing everyone else's home spray can camo jobs. post 'em!
Is this the "2 Pac Arms" upper?
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just used a "stone Effects" type spray from Lowes.
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I was bored. It was more of a proof-of-concept experiment than anything else.

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ok, i'll go first. i decided to try my hand at rattle canning an AR this past week. i used brownell's aluma-hyde ii spray in coyote, earth brown, and dark parkerizing gray along with their matte clear coat. this was my first try at doing a camo job on an AR.



Very, very nice... How's the paint holding up ?
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thanks foto, it's holding up pretty well. the aluma-hyde is an epoxy paint so its way more durable than regular spray paint. it can chip though, but it take a lot to chip it.
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