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  1. DIY Camo Dip Kit

    Here is something cool for the DIYer gunsmith Camo Dip Kit - Do It Yourself Water Transfer Camo Dip Kit - it is a camo dipping kit that you can do yourself at home. Would make dipping stocks and gun parts pretty easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstate View Post
    Here is something cool for the DIYer gunsmith Camo Dip Kit - Do It Yourself Water Transfer Camo Dip Kit - it is a camo dipping kit that you can do yourself at home. Would make dipping stocks and gun parts pretty easy.
    Looks interesting. I just did a digital paint job to one of my savage rifles. This looks much less time consuming!
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  4. got any pics? would love to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstate View Post
    got any pics? would love to see
    This was my first attempt and was going for kinda a digital tiger strip look. Learned a lot for the next one.





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  6. I think you did a great job - how did you get that effect?

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    few thoughts
    what it cost...
    How durable is it and...
    You can do almost as well with a couple of cans of spray paint and some local vegatation....
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    Quote Originally Posted by redstate View Post
    I think you did a great job - how did you get that effect?
    I went out and bought a roll of contact paper, graph paper, and Krylon spray paint. I used Krylon cause I knew I could clean it off fairly easy if I didn't like how it turned out. I taped the graph paper to the contact paper and cut out my templates. Stuck them on and painted.
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  9. This is the same durability as the large companies - just a smaller at home kit. Same materials and chemicals are used.

  10. well it looks really good - good job - I would probably take the lazy way out and get a camo dip kit that is in the millitary camo - yours had to take quite a while to do....

  11. FYI we did get a camo dip kit and it worked really well

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