dgram36 wrote:I did my 870 with MOG and had no problem with it. It looked great when I was done and it really wasn't that hard to install. It was durable, but the only thing I noticed was that If the water got underneath the wrap anywhere, the gun would start to rust. My 870 is bad for that anyway, I can literally watch it rust in the duck blind, especially in the salt. Bought a factory camo gun this year cause I was tired of dealing with it.
Bill Herian wrote:If by "barrel stickers" you mean easy women, then yes, I fully endorse.
BillMurray wrote:Hell ya that looks great. I hope you used a stencil though because that DU head looks perfect. I'm afraid I wouldn't be creative and artistic enough to make my wrap look like that. But for $25 I think I will try on my 870 first. Thanks for the detailed post.
10gaOkie wrote:In the past week, I picked up a new H&R camo pump for $205. The black model sells for $174.99 at Walmart. So thats only $30 more for camo. Since I cant get a decent camo job on one of my other guns for less than $225. you might say I got the gun free that came with a 205. camo job. As much as I like shiney blue and wood stocked shotguns, taking care of a camo version is so much easier.
I have had the best luck putting a rust free finish on a shotgun with spray truck bed liner. Of course its not camo but certainly looks like a factory finish. Also, falling through the ice is possible where I hunt. If you do so, your gun usually goes in the water. So dissasembly in the blind is next. The camo gun makes clean up and drying a breeze.
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