Painted a few guns

Andrewd

Six Pointer
Here’s a few guns I’ve painted last couple weeks
 

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kilerhamilton

Old Mossy Horns
Looks awesome. I have a spray paint gun problem also. Best and most fun part is, it is easy to strip and do again.


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HotSoup

Twelve Pointer
These look great.....but

My favorite is buying "bad" paint job guns from pawn shops to see what's hid. Sometimes its beautiful, sometimes a turd.....
 

Andrewd

Six Pointer
I’m hoping with the clear over them they hold up well. I normally use duracoat just tried something different this time.
 

Downeast

Twelve Pointer
How do you get the stuff off a fiberglass stock? I have an old stock that I would like to clean up but everything I read says that whatever takes off the old rattle can paint will mess up the fiberglass?

Good job by the way! (y)
 

kilerhamilton

Old Mossy Horns
Real fiberglass stock or injection molded plastic?

If your going to repaint it just sand smooth prime, sand smooth and paint again.

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Downeast

Twelve Pointer
Real fiberglass. It's a nice Bell and Carlson that someone sprayed with multiple layers of rattle can paint. It's going to take a lot of sanding.
I was thinking of sanding it lightly and then spraying it metal flake cherry red. I found an unopened can that my wife used on one of her projects. Spray it and then put a coat of varnish or something clear over it. That would be a conversation starter...what the hell is that? 😄
 
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