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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by ColtDogg, Jan 13, 2008.
I think it looks good.
I can see that with the burnt bronze. I plan to keep all the parts I've added in FDE, but wanted to do something a little different than black or OD green.
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This is 80% burnt bronze and 20% graphite black. More of a darker brown look than the goldish burnt bronze by itself.
That looks pretty damn good.
Anderson lower, PSA upper. Nikon Buckmaster 3-9 x 40 scope.
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I've seen burnt bronze on several firearms; IMHO, it's a bit too brassy. If I were going to have a firearm cerakoted with something from that family of colors, I'd lean toward midnight bronze, or use graphite black mostly coating the BB for a "battleworn" look.
Haven't heard of midnight bronze. I really like this contrast. I think it's Federal or Patriot Brown. I take online photos with a grain of salt, because it might turn out differently in real life.
From Cerakote's web site, here's an example of midnight bronze:
And here's midnight bronze with burnt bronze:
I agree though about relying solely on online pics. I was sold on burnt bronze until I saw it in person, so to speak. Not so much anymore.