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I have wanted to do this for a while now. It’s plastic spray paint, super easy to do. I So it’s not so pretty sitting there I tend to get it out and really put it through it’s pace! Huge smile every time!

Here is a video to help you out if you’ve never done it. https://youtu.be/Wsq3e20nWBk
 

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I'm not a camo guy, but that looks awesome. Good job!
 
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How do you think that it will hold up? The one nice thing about if it scratches off you can just redo it.
 

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I bust brush here in mid Missouri, it’s actually held up pretty good. I used plastic bonding Krylon. I do have a few scratches on the outside finders, but overall it’s drab and not shiny. Makes me want to ride it like I stole it... Now I do like ice cream in a hot day...
 

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They sell a clear mat finish that toughens it up pretty good without adding a gloss finish. I use it when I camo airgun stocks.
 

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Very nice job!
 

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Dude,you did a good job on that machine.I like it..
 

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Super job, that looks like it's a dip instead rattle can job. You did good. Wanna come to SEMO and do mine, LOL.


Steve........
 
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