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Remington 700 PSS in .308

Leupold MRK4 3.5-10x40 Mil-Dot scope

Harris Bipod(swivel)

Mil-Spec leather sling

 

paintjob by me..its a little rushed, but whatever...it works.

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Little golf course sign just short of 1000 yards away.

 

EDIT: Scope isnt canted, the camera is angled.

Edited by Flea

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Already been addressed and i wont be posting anymore pics of my real firearms

I wasn't complaining. Just curious, since it looked like the real deal. Are we not allowed to post our real-steel guns?

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Sup bro, the paintjobs you are showing me are the exact same concept. Just make sure your grass is pointed upwards(towards scope) or at least angled. If it is pointed downwards, the natural effect is lost. Army, Wayneard? Or are you recreational/competition? PM me regarding this for your own privacy. ;)

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L962.jpg

 

Basic paintjob. Not sure what to do about the black scope, scope mount, etc. And the bipod has been replaced with a Harris. (But the Harris is a bit wobbly...any idea of a fix?)

 

I might apply the same paintjob to my SR-25.

 

-Vic

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Victory, is your new harris bipod a swivel? If so you may need to tighten up the hinge that lets it do so. The movement on a swivel needs to be very tight and snug so that you need to apply an adequate amount of pressure while canting your rifle from left to right, or vise versa. If it isnt a swivel, try the front adjustment..if these things do not work it may be your adapter(if you're using one) or it may not have been mounted properly.

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So if i was to paint my gun should I use Krylon?

is it safe for both the metals and the plastic?

 

Yep, krylon the whole thing up, maniac. Heck I even krylon a lot of my gear and such.

It's the best paint I've used, hands down.

 

Cheers!

 

- CapaciousZepher

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