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Painted Stocks and Forends

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by stainlessbt99, Mar 7, 2007.

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  1. stainlessbt99

    stainlessbt99 TS Member

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    Rem 1100 Stock and forend,black base, purple highlight with gold pearl to finish. Gold Vinyl Dale Earnhardt Jr. under 4 coats clear.

    paint jobs are simply beautiful..

    I would not suggest doing this to a nice piece of wood but if you have a good shooter with lots of nicks and scratches and you don't want to get rid of the gun this is a way to personalize your gun and keep on shootin.

    Thanks
     
  2. Edward Turner

    Edward Turner TS Member

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    So what are you trying to say Gordon?

    C'mon, don't sugar-coat it!
     
  3. rollnblock

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    Gordon thanks for the laugh. and I couldnt agree more. billy bob got loose.


    David
     
  4. ks5shooter

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    Better than vomit.....DON
     
  5. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Awesome blue paint. I could be tempted to do that to a Jack West stock and put it on my 1187.<br>
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    BTW, I hope you follks all realize that there has been attempted legislation to make painting of guns like the Kolar above illegal. It's a bunch of nonsense being pushed to prohibit real guns from "looking like" toy guns. "For the children".
     
  6. prairiewind

    prairiewind TS Member

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    When I first started seeing painted stocks I didn't like them at all but I have since changed my mind. Some of the paint schemes are pretty elaborate and beautiful. I would consider it for synthetic stocks or a plain-jain piece of wood.
     
  7. Dave VA

    Dave VA TS Member

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    Some people are very closed minded.

    I love great looking wood on a gun but Don does have a great looking Kolar.
     
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