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Billy Bob the Sniper

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About Billy Bob the Sniper

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    Rockin' the Paradise
  • Birthday September 1

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    Kennesaw, GA
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    Real steel, Airsoft, Military, Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Backpacking, Graphic Design.
  1. Sorry everyone, I haven't had a good computer access for a while. I have gone threw all the PM's, If you still haven't received a reply try it again.

    Sorry guys, but I am back now.

  2. You need to check your Pm! Here and on Systema PTW forum..

  3. I had about 4 inches to spare http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs414.snc4/47712_1581819949776_1364023934_1540438_127790_n.jpg The bottom of my rear bumper was a nice shovel haha, took out a good portion of the bank.
  4. Looks like my TBB burning is catching on. It helps to burn it, then rub off the stuff that didnt stick, then keep doing it and it will just keep getting darker every time.
  5. Hey still interested in that M24! Message me and we can start some negotiations.

  6. Well I did some shuffling around on my real AR so, the T1 got to come off for a bit. Yeah Yeah Yeah... I know that the QDSS is a NT4, but I cant find a NT3 one for the PDW. Heres my Mk11 I am going to replace the PAQ-4 with a PEQ15 soon. And toss on some iron sights. Cans
  7. Thanks for the comments guys, I love this effect. I have been doing it on lots of guns for a while. I have some new pictures of the PDW I need to get up here.
  8. Use the tip of the flame... where it is yellow/orange. Hold it there for a few seconds almost where the flame is barely touching it.
  9. To answer some questions about the finish on my PDW... I painted the whole thing flat black, then with 2000 grit sand paper sanded it all down. Then I sanded the TTB just to make it shiney. Then all over the guns finish I took a lighter and burnt it where I thought carbon build up would be. It turns out great and is mostly permanent, The brake you can rub it off but I try not to. After a while it will stay.
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