This is a discussion on AR Painting finished within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Well I was going to do a paint job, on my Colt LE6920. And here it is, It is 2 color tan and brown. You ...
Nice job. Duracoat no bake?
...I also run a vortex strikefire. It's the $180 aimpoint.
It's just out of the rattle can, and a $1. plastic leaf
Nice. Cheap is good. I like the duracoat bake. And it is made in my home state so I don't mind supporting. However, I don't care for their no bake, as I have seen mixed results. I did some mags in fde bake on and they are pretty slick. So far no mag catch scratches at all after a couple months of use.
Nice job and looks great...........
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Do you have three hands or something?
But seriously, paint job looks sweet!
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looking tasty !
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Your points are shallow... my points are Hollow....
WELL DONE 6 shooter!!!....
I got the same Mako butt stock! LOVE IT..
Have to ask... where did you git the pistol grip????
All do respect...I don't think this qualifies as an ugly black rifle....so you SHOULD be safe...
Thought so- Grip hard or soft like Houge?
Heard it was hard.....
Thanks.... again, nice set up!
Very cool looking.
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