paint a AR-15

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Dark1, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. Dark1

    Dark1 Suspended

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    i am thinking of painting my M-4 i was wondering what others have used and what works. i know in Iraq we use to just use the flat army auto spray paint


     
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    Palladin8 G&G Evangelist

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    I have thought about doing the very samething and have asked a few guys locally and they all have suggested the duracoat.
     
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    GlockMeister G&G Enthusiast

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    northerndragon G&G Newbie

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    ****, I wish my avatar was my business card. Ace Hardware is where I work, Paint department specifically.

    i looked at the durakote, its great if you're painting more than one firearm. if you're painting one, Kyrlon Camo with Fusion Technology. Just one thing to add, wait after you paint it, at least a week before any rough handling.

    the guy at Operational Tactical has this weapons painting guide, he used Krylon spray paint.

    http://www.optactical.com/weaponpainting.html
     
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    I've Dura Coated several of my guns and I like it.
     
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