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After Market Camo Applications For Long Guns

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ABH, Dec 25, 2011.

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  1. ABH

    ABH Member

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    I have an all black 870 slug gun that I would like to have camoed. I'm not looking for one of those home made with spray cans look. I was wondering if anyone knows of a company that camoes long guns with results comperable to factory camo patterns? Thanks for any help.

    ART H.
     
  2. g7777777

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    There is a place where you can order a kit- Google something like U dip it guns = or that might be close enough

    Having said that- a couple or 3 different colors of Rustoleum camo sprayed on is pretty hard to beat for an 870 and can easily be touched up
     
  3. Doug Brown

    Doug Brown Well-Known Member

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    I second the Walmart camo spray cans.
     
  4. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    Try H2O imageing in IL. He done one for me in Natgear and has a feel of rubber coating, cost on it was $180. Have hunted ducks, geese, and crows with it the last 2 years with no wear spots. thanks Ronnie
     
  5. Rich219

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    I do hydrographics, I've done it for a few members here on the forum. What type of camo pattern are you looking for?

    Here's a few pics of a few of the patterns.
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  6. ABH

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    Thanks Ronnie,

    H20 IMAGING is exactly what I was looking for. Check these guys out. They have some really neat things going on there. H2OIMAGING.COM

    ART H.
     
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