painting a synthetic stock

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by fratri, May 18, 2008.

  1. fratri

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    Does anyone have any info/website that might help me figure out how to camo/paint my stevens 270 synthetic stock..... thanks
     

  2. jerry

    jerry Since 03-15- 2002 Forum Contributor

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  3. mitch_mckee

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  4. Zen900

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    Krylon makes a spray plastic primer that will let anything stick to your Stevens tupperware. After it's primed you can use whatever you want. Ktylon also sells camo spray paint..
     
  5. Legba

    Legba G&G Newbie

    This is what I did with my Stevens 200 22-250 I got Krylon paint from Wal Mart and painted mine. I have painted it several times. I get tired of the color and just paint it again. Works good.
     

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  6. SwedeSteve

    SwedeSteve Freedom Zealot Forum Contributor

    Doesn't someone make a camo stenciling system?
     
  7. Rex in OTZ

    Rex in OTZ G&G Evangelist

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    Allot of what I use is Krylon "Fusion" spray paint for plastics & whatever ya got growing around your place hold over and spray"ferns, willow branches,rubarb leaves etc", do that several times with different colors and it works well For barrels I use Header paint fron the Napa section the stuff that takes 7 day's to cure, one can alwase use paint stripper later! I use Boiled Linseed oil on bare blued stuff to fend off the every day scuffs and bumps, just dab some on to touch up once in awhile, I use Turpintine & linseed oil inside the wood stocks several coats
    especially in the action areas,