my new paintjob
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Time waits for no one--
treasure every moment you have.
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Why wait, just prep, primer and spray!My shotgun with Krylon (though I have now upgraded to Carakote.
Every time I see one of those great rattle can jobs I look at my beater 870 and say "Your time is coming my friend."Lookin good and welcome to the forum!
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Call Me Keith!
1 Round Varmint War!
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Posted 19 March 2012 - 10:14 AM
Wow!! That looks great!! I am new to this site as well, and would love to know how you came up with that. I have a black Rem 700, .22-250 with a bull barrel, and I want to camp it. Please post your procedure. Maybe I can get some help from Varmint Al as well. Again great job!-V
Im new to this site, i joined to learn some new tricks and share some of my own. I would have never considerd spray painting any of my guns before reading some of the posts here. Thanks to varmint al and this site i took the plunge an couldn't be happier with the results. 7.jpg 9.38KB 28 downloads
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Posted 19 March 2012 - 03:39 PM
I don't blame you. My hunting partner has the same gun, and as H E A V Y as it it is, I would leave it at camp also , can't help it. It is a great shooting rifle for sure, but very, very heavy. He cheated and bought it already camoed.
I have a black Rem 700, .22-250 with a bull barrel, and I want to camp it.
Posted 30 June 2012 - 09:24 PM
It was wrapped with camo tape.
This is the test run.
This is how it looks now.
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