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I was planning on doing the barrel, receiver in silver, grip, stock, RIS, flash hider and all receiver furniture in gold :D

 

Oh, the stock too.

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Hmm...thatd make sense actually. Heat expelling materials would be better chromed. Although the flash hider HAS to be gold :D

 

Ill get me a stubby sometime soon and give it a try!

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i have very few posts but ive been lurking these forums for a while now

 

i just recently got back into airsoft, got an sr25, and painted 3 guns

 

here they are

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on my m14 i did a zig zag stripe pattern, thin black, thicker nutmeg, thick tan stripe (the nutmeg looks less orange in real life)

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same for the sniper, but with brown, OD, and tan

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my sr25 before:

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and after:

i just used a base tan layer with random blobs of brown

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i kept the scope markings and the butler creek button clean by using tape

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hey guys, i was just wondering: Would three nice coats of Krylon Matte clear coat(with a 2-3 minute break in between) be enough to guard Krylon Camo paint from dings and scratches?

 

Also, how many coats would I need if I want to add some matte clear coat to my Thompson? The metal is already painted a flat black from the factory, and I just want to protect it against scratches.

 

 

Thanks!

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But if I understand you right you plan spraying it black first and then using clear coat, right? If that is the case, then use alumahyde paint instead of krylon as that won't ding and scratch very easily at all.

 

IF you only plan on using clear coat then I can't help you there, sorry lol.

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Absolutely LOVE that paintjob. :)

 

What paint and colours did you use?

 

The paint is just 2 colors of regular poster paint, done by a team mate of mine Eldannardo using "dry brushing" technique.

 

 

Best paintjob I've seen in a while, I want more and larger pictures!

 

I will try and get some closer picture of the rifle for you. Most of my rifles have this paint job.

 

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