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Has anybody used this kit before. I want to get my sx2 in natural gear but don't want to pay $200 for it. Seems easy enough to do but the real question is the durability.
Hard to beat for $70 for 1 gun or $100 for 2http://www.mydipkit.com/index.html
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Looks interesting, did you watch all of the videos? a lot of good tips in there about how not to mess it up.
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this spiked my curiosity then i watched some videos and my curiosity is gone for this product.
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if you can read this your almost as smart as a dolphin.
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Ya gonna have more than $200 in it once you pay someone to redo the horrible job that kit is gonna do. Save up the $130 more dollars and get it done right the first time
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