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Tjengle wrote:Stump, do you have these directions saved to your computer, I want to store them on my computer so I have them at hands reach for when I start my camo project, but when I tried to copy and paste them to word it didnt work. If you have them stored somewhere to where you could e-mail them to me that would be great. Thanks for letting people in on your secret. Tim
gooserslan wrote:I painted my 835 like yours stump and just want to say hats off to you. You did a great job but i do have one question. Whenever i put remoil on it makes it kind of tacky not like it is going to come off just like a sticky finish. I was just wondering if anyone else had this same problem and if there was any solutions.
Spiraleyes wrote:I just had to give my compliments! Excellent paint job on all three guns, Stumpjumper. Excellent job.
Here's a thought: If you went over the gun with a very fine grit sand paper after using the brushes and before the clear coat, could it take the "feel" of the brush strokes off while leaving the paint intact? I just thought that might be an option. What do you think?
Lottaducks wrote:Thanks stump there went my weekend. I'll be painting shotguns all weekend. That looks like freaking awsome.
I used your idea on my kayak that I just bought so that I can go solo in the ponds around where I work in the evenings...Your instructions were super easy to follow, and I really like the way that it turned out. Thanks a ton for throwing those up! When I finally figure out how to upload a picture, I will put them up.
otisd wrote:Here is how mine turned out. That was actually alot of fun !
greenhead14 wrote:Will the guns rust as bad after you paint them?
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