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Taking Camo off

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by RioVistaBob, Jun 15, 2010.

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  1. RioVistaBob

    RioVistaBob Member

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    I recently rec'd in a trade a Benelli Super Sport. It has been Camo's on the barrel, rib and rec'vr. Professionally done. Just wondering if there is a way to remove it without hurting the finish on the gun.

    thanks
    Bob
     
  2. Auctioneer

    Auctioneer Well-Known Member

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    The gun is worth more with it then without it.
     
  3. Remstar311

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    Acetone will remove it. I doubt it will remove all of it and I highly doubt it will ever look like it did before it got painted. If it is duracoated or any off the close seconds there is no going back. If it is dipped maybe but that is ink too. I would leave it as is or sell it.
     
  4. RioVistaBob

    RioVistaBob Member

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    Thanks, you confirmed my suspicions. I believe it was dipped. I'll leave it alone, who knows, I might learn to like Camo.

    Bob
     
  5. d endicott

    d endicott Member

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    send me some pic's and info I may be interested
     
  6. wireguy

    wireguy TS Member

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    You should always take your camo off when entering an upscale restuarant.
     
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