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Not bad at all Jimbo! looks real good! I'm not much into the camo thing (except for clothing) but I have to say that looks pretty sharp. Was it very time consumeing?
 

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Me likey. Thought about doing something like that to my gun but fear that it would look like crap afterward. Good job though.
 

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Good job.

How's that Fusion paint looking? Does it seem durable? Can you scratch it off with your fingernail?

I'm thinking about a paint job but I would hate to have a stock with paint chipping off it.

Thanks.
 

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I used fusion camo paint, and it will scratch, I tried to put some clear enamel sealer on a demo board, and it turned to liquid. It is unusually tough though. It don't chip, but you can scratch it. I only used 3 colors, but may add dark green eventually. About 6.00 a can. Jim <><
 

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I used fusion camo paint, and it will scratch, I tried to put some clear enamel sealer on a demo board, and it turned to liquid. It is unusually tough though. It don't chip, but you can scratch it. I only used 3 colors, but may add dark green eventually. About 6.00 a can. Jim <><
This, or removing the paint during cleaning has been my concern with a wicked sexy paintjob.

Any tips on how we might preserve jim's (and my potential) paint, guys?
 
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