I've had experience with the Krylon Fusion paint. It was made specifically for plastics, but my experience with painting plastic yard furniture wasn't good with the product alone. With this (cheaper) method, or the automotive paint, I would recommend some prep (the scotchbrite pad mentioned, or some sand paper) and using an adhesion promoter, the paint, then a clear coat. Such is my experience with plastics and paint.Scuff it with a scotchbrite pad and find a paint to match. I think the flat Krylon camo colors now come with “Fusion Technology” to help them adhere to plastics. Be worth a shot.
It provides a secure grip and excellent control without adding length to the magazine making it print. Did you look at the pictures and read the explanations? They help explain but holding a Baby Glock with them on tells the whole story.At the risk of sounding like a total idiot... I have been looking at the web page and ...I dont get it. I don't understand what that thing does.