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.
I really like your idea of spray truck bedliner. Can you post any pics of a gun you have done that too?
I am starting to like the "black" look better than camo now (go figure), and my want to try it on some guns. How is the durability of the be liner and which brand did you use?
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