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Show off your painted rifles

Discussion in 'Rifle & Shotgun Discussion' started by rj ︈, Mar 21, 2021.

  1. LittleLoggie

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    one of the nicer looking camo patterns I’ve seen done.
     
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    My 277 Wolverine I duracoated a few years back, the 2nd pic shows how well it blends in in the field

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    Painted the AR10 a while back. Wanna redo it I think, just had to get rid of the shiny stainless barrel.
     
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  5. clintbailey

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    Thanks! That was probably my 3rd-4th rifle to coat, always borrow a small inexpensive airbrush from my friend at work (he helps me at his shop) and buy the Duracoat from Midway. Always done each gun different, but liked this one best; Coyote Tan basecoat, and then used some kind of darker brown and put it on with a sponge.
     
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    I see it now. Sea sponge from sherwin Williams or any other paint store. Nice.
     
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    One I did for a hunting buddy early on, I called this Yuccaflauge...cut off some yucca leaves, tape them flat between two pieces of duct tape, template made!
     
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    Blends in pretty well with file cabinets too... :D
     
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    I went back and redid mine to add a khaki tan in as a base layer. I made sure to not spray much when using the stencil this time around and also used the laundry bag to "sponge" the paint on for some more hard lines. Still wanted it to be pretty dark but I think this is a good improvement from before.

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    Some amazing work there folks. :clap3:
     

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