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    River Valley Gunworks. 660-815-6994
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    Very Cool!
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    The pattern isn't my cup-o-tea, but I gotta say it is neat and a clean looking job.
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    Incredible what they can do with Duracoat!

    Looks very cool!

    Digital cammo not for me on a pistol but that has to get a lot of ooohh's and aaahhhh's!

    I do have an AR-15 I may try something like that on.
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    It wouldn't be my first color choice for a G30, but very good work.

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    Wow that's a pretty nice looking pattern. About how long did it take to prep? To apply ?

    Thanks!

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    NICE !

    Dont drop that thing on the ground,you'll have a hard time finding it.

    I thought about doing exactly the same thing with my .50 BMG. I may still do it and order the Digital Woodland kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post

    Yeah. That is very much not my cup of tea. How do you get that crap off that beautiful Glock.
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    Not a fan of the pattern but it looks lovely on the pistol.

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    I think you did a good job.
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    It looks nice, but like others, not a big fan of the pattern.
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    Workmanship looks very good. If you lay the pistol down in the wrong place, you might not find it again

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