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Whitedingo

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  1. Whitedingo

    Silenced Guns Picture Thread

    This was the very first GBB I owned. Long since gone, but I never did post a picture of it. KJ M92 Elite IA, Gerber Guardian
  2. Whitedingo

    M14 Picture Thread

    Yup. All plastic! It's a quite heavily modified version of the Red Alliance "Improving The Look Of Your TM AK Furniture" Guide. Here I actually didn't like the way the stock "wood" looked, so I sprayed it all a flat, dull brown. Then using Burnt Umber, Black, and Dark Brown acrylic paints, I would paint, with a brush, the color I was using over one side of the stock. After letting it dry for a while, I would use a shop towel and smear it down, to simulate grain. The "hooking" of the grain you see was achieved by painting a line in the general shape that I wanted, then after drying a little, wiping it to create the "grain" I would then contrast a lighter or darker color on either side of it to give it greater realism. The black acted as "mineral deposits" in the grain, which, at least to me, made it look quite a bit better. After I had it looking the way I wanted it to, I used a flat clear coat, followed by a spray lacquer (to emulate the real finish on a new M14 stock), then I dulled it down on the wear points using steel wool and rough cloth. Some more pictures of the finished product:
  3. Whitedingo

    M14 Picture Thread

    My old Marui.... everything was original Marui except the heatshield.
  4. Whitedingo

    Glock Picture Thread

    I'm sorry, did someone say 1000 Grit?
  5. Whitedingo

    Painted Weapons Picture Thread

    A suggestion then, for future reference. Before you begin to paint, rub your hand along the mag and feel the high points. These points are the areas that will wear first on a magazine. Your mag isn't very bag for a first attempt, it could just use some refinement. I've found it works better if the brush is very close to dry (thus dry-brushing, huh? ) when you start. Sure, it takes longer, but it ends up looking alot nicer.
  6. Whitedingo

    SIG Picture Thread

    It's the Creation outer barrel, the threaded one.
  7. Whitedingo

    SIG Picture Thread

    My previous 226, I installed a guarder MBK. Tighter than a gnat's anus, that was. I actually had to use lapping compound and a hammer to get the slide to go onto the frame rails. Great for making a really tight gun! It was a little work, but it yielded tremendous results.
  8. Whitedingo

    SIG Picture Thread

    I didn't personally do the upgrades, but here's (I think it's complete) the list of what's in it. Creation Slide and silver outer barrel, Guarder frame, 9ball tightbore, upgraded recoil and hammer springs. Yes, real steel grips.
  9. Whitedingo

    SIG Picture Thread

    My new TM 226, fully upgraded of course.
  10. Whitedingo

    Silenced Guns Picture Thread

    KSC makes an adapter guys, so it's at least feasible
  11. Whitedingo

    Revolver Picture Thread

    But no I'm working on converting it though. Some sort of revolving shotgun type deal.... replace the nerf darts w/ inner barrels loaded w/ 5 BBs each or something like that, with a tiny, almost hopup like nub to keep them in.
  12. Whitedingo

    Revolver Picture Thread

    It's a revolver....I swear. j/k Really, I just posted to say: WatZ, that's a really nice 65. I'm kinda jealous.
  13. Whitedingo

    Painted Weapons Picture Thread

    Almost look glued together even. Huh.
  14. Whitedingo

    M14 Picture Thread

    It's for sale one here too.... Nice detective work How much do you want to spend? http://www.blackhawk.com/product1.asp?P=90CP00BK http://www.blackhawk.com/product1.asp?P=90CP01BK Old school.... http://www.ima-usa.com/product_info.php/products_id/1556 Something a little different... http://www.cheeknstock.com/order_form.html
  15. Whitedingo

    M14 Picture Thread

    Last night's project for the new M14....only took about 25 minutes (+ cure time for the JB weld...)
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