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Old 01-12-2011, 07:58   #61
JTLIII
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Not an AR but here is my AK I gave some color. My environment is swampland, so I wanted to go for a moldy green look. Took about 5 minutes to do and 8 months later is still holding up well

The SHOT ShowCase

I still plan to do a quick spray on each side to put a small amount of brown to further help the swamp camo.
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Old 01-12-2011, 20:30   #62
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Originally Posted by pleaforwar View Post
If you are going to say the method I use is a "bad idea", do me a favor and say why it is a bad idea.

Keep in mind, I personally have a rifle that was painted using the hanging method and two that have used the method in this thread. I see no negligible difference between the texture and/or quality of paint.
Texture and quality of paint won't be affected. But it's easier to spray while holding the can vertically. Also you don't have to wait for one side to dry before you do the other side.
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