Some great looking guns everyone.
Friend of mine just took on this project and he has followed these instructions to a "T". He primed last night, 2 coats, then today, put 2 coats of reed brown on, waiting approximately 1 hour in between coats. He is in WA State and he did this in his shop where he said it's about 55 degrees.
After applying the camo patterns with the 2 different colors, the paint dried for about an hour and he noticed that everything was gummy. To the point where he took his fingernail and it pulled all of the paint clear down to the metal and the wood.
Any ideas why the paint would be this gummy?
Any help is appreciated before he does it over, he already stripped it back down to bare metal and bare wood.