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    Well I must say that I have a love for painting just about anything especially weapons. Heres the job I did on my own the other day. Just trying out different colors and patterns. All criticism would be appreciated whether positive or negative









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    i am personally of the opinion if you want something like that done, have a pro do it. Nothing worse than trying to flip off the safety and realizing its painted so it wont move. Never add any mods that may make my weapon inoperable such as a paint job. However I do not know your skills, so i cannot judge your work, it looks good but its not my cup of tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INccwchris View Post
    i am personally of the opinion if you want something like that done, have a pro do it. Nothing worse than trying to flip off the safety and realizing its painted so it wont move. Never add any mods that may make my weapon inoperable such as a paint job. However I do not know your skills, so i cannot judge your work, it looks good but its not my cup of tea.
    You would have to cake on an extreme amount of paint to make any of the mechanisms malfunction. The paint dries smooth and does not glob. Ive dealt with weapons before that have had upwards of 15+ layers of some sort of paint and still was fully functional. with that being said its only common sense to cover all open points of access to the internals of the weapons i.e. muzzle, dust cover, etc. ( I always remove bcg, and charging handle before painting)
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    I like it!!

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    I would love to have the courage to paint a few of my guns, but every time I think about doing it I wimp out.
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