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I think even if I came over to your shop and took a dump in your paint cans you'd still make the stuff look awesome... damn you man! 😛  That blue Glock is on FIRE!  

That was not meant to be interpreted as you make turds look good or your stuff looks like sh*t but me trying to say, you are too good at what you do 😛 

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I haven't posted on this thread in a while but here's my Urban JG G36c...

 

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How I did it...

  1. I took everything apart, gave them a quick wipe with pre-paint and then sprayed a few coats of flat black.
  2. Waited 6 hours for it to dry and then masked it all up leaving about a 10mm gap between strips of tape.
  3. Sprayed a few coats of flat dark grey.
  4. Again, I waited another 6 hours for it all to dry (better to be safe that sorry ;)). Then I reassembled it all and gave the whole gun a very light coat of flat black to darken the grey stripes.
  5. 4 days later I fitted the internals, RIS rails, iron sights and stock butt pad which I didn't want painting, and hey presto!

All in all it only cost me £5 in paint and 69p for a roll of masking tape ;) and I'm really happy with the result.

 

Josh

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