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Stock Dipping ?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by mudbug, Jan 17, 2008.

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  1. mudbug

    mudbug TS Member

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    Here and I thought you wanted to know about dippinf cows to rid them of ticks and botflies.
     
  2. superxjeff

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    Dipped Gary? Are you talking about the fake wood looking stocks they used to make( Still do?) or the camo stocks? If you want a stock painted I can do it for you. Money back guarantee on all of our painted stocks. Jeff sx1jeff@yahoo.com
     
  3. superxjeff

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    We don't do the fake wood thing that Beretta does. That is a skin they put on and not a dip. I know of a company that does what you want. They put a thin "Skin" if you will on the gun and then a finish on top of that. For the wood look it is the only way to go, From what I have seen on the market the paint that we do in nicer then any of the skin type products. Since we use automotive pain and lots of clear they are also extremely durable. I will have some examples up toward the end of this month. Jeff
     
  4. Dickgshot

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    Shooters Emporium has a figured fake wood skin they will put on. It's the same finish they put on their composite soft-touch stocks. I have one, and it looks very realistic, but I am noticing some of the finish wearing off on the edges.
    www.customgunstocks.com.
     
  5. isualum

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    http://sportcoatgunfinish.com/sportcoat_gun_finish.htm

    http://www.dynamicfinishes.com/photos.html

    paint:

    http://mikericklefs.com/
     
  6. superxjeff

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    sportcoatgunfinish.com is the company that I was talking about Gary. They have a great example of a Ruger Redlabel english style stock they did. The darn thing loks like high grade Turkish. I don't think anybody out there paints them better then we do though. Jeff
     
  7. smh4279

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    Thanks for the web site links
     
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