Painting Gun Stock

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allaboutshooting
 
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RE: Painting Gun Stock

Postby allaboutshooting » March 20th, 2009, 5:08 pm

Hey Ralph,

Exactly! That has to be a great project to pursue. I look forward to hearing your results.

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RE: Painting Gun Stock

Postby trkynut54 » March 21st, 2009, 3:20 am

This is my Mossberg 500 I painted last summer:




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Not the greatest but it works. I used ferns for the pattern

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RE: Painting Gun Stock

Postby shaman » March 21st, 2009, 3:47 am

Thanks guys.

Now that you mention it, I probably should at least write this up for T&TH.  It really wasn't that hard to do.

The nice thing about a homebrew job is that no amount of scratching is all that tragic-- nothing a spritz with a $3 can of paint can't cure. 
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RE: Painting Gun Stock

Postby shaman » April 9th, 2009, 2:25 am

One of my readers from my weblog sent me in pictures of his new paint job:

Inspirational. That's what your ministry has done for me. I too had a sticky-tape camo job on my Rem 870 home brew turkey gun. Since I am the President of the "Order of the Blue Snood" here in Washington State, I felt it was time to give ol' Mister Remmy a makeover. A visit to the local Fred Meyer store and $28 bucks later I was spraying my way to the coolest do-it-yourself bubba gun I've ever done. (OK, it was only my second.) I will be proud when I address my brethren on opening day. I will jump with glee when asked to show the game officer my gun for 3 shell compliance. I feel like a kid again. I just wish I had more stuff to paint.


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