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Check out my Digital Camo Duracoat.....

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Moccw, Jul 10, 2008.

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  1. Moccw

    Moccw Member

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    paint done by River Valley Gunworks, Todd jackson 660-815-6994

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  2. steelyblue

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    That's cool. Did you have to strip the slide first. And how does that stuff stick to polymer?
     
  3. CountGlockula

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    NICE!!! This is as close as I can get on my G23...

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  4. Moccw

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    I am pretty sure he bead blasted it, I just got it back, it looks so nice though!
     
  5. ColinthePilot

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    don't drop it. you'll never find it again :neener:
     
  6. krs

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    Really, I'd lose that quick.

    Darndest thing I ever saw, and I got a feeling it could grow on me.

    You've got good nerve to do something so offbeat as that.
     
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    There is no pistol in those photos, that was a mean trick!



    (nice job)
     
  8. Moccw

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    thanks
     
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    Very nice....if you ever get brave, you can do a very good camo job yourself with Duracoat....they sell a one-color kit for $50 that includes everything you need including airbrush and air....couple of other colors, and you're in business....neat break-up camo most anyone can do is a "snakeskin" looking job.....just paint the whole gun grey, then wrap/suspend in laundry-bag-mesh, and hit with LIGHT diagonal stripes of light green, dark green, and yellow...the mesh leaves a scale-appearance, and it breaks up the hard-edge/outline of the gun very well....Duracoat is good stuff....all paint systems are industrial-grade two-part epoxies, some with powdered ceramic, some with teflon, some with both, and all are about 5-times more durable than blue or parkerize....best coat is one of the paints over new parkerize....many coaters blast/park prior to paint.....my 870P still looks great after a LOT of hard use....
     
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    I have to say that's the best fit of camo style for a GLOCK I've ever seen. Looks great!
     
  11. Ukraine Train

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    Tetris edition! Looks cool. Is that hand painted or do they have some kind of special application process?
     
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    thought my computer went out of focus when I first looked at it. Great job, but if you can't find it, you can't shoot it. Don't ever drop it!!
     
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    hahaha aqua team. o jeeze.
     
  14. SgtKnuckles

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    Please Don't Camo your GLOCK like this...

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    As my late mother said about my sketchers once, "that thing's so ugly it's cute."
     
  16. Magic_Man

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    Looks like a good job, but not feeling digi camo on a Glock. I painted my Glock's slide OD tonight
     
  17. ilsrwy27

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    Looks great IMO :)
     
  18. tomkatz

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    I like the digi camo look on a glock. Check out my bro-in-law's g-22:D

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  19. BReilley

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    Reminds me of the Lego guns my brother and I used to build...

    And the pink one... oh my! The animal-fur texture is maybe a bit much :D

    tomkatz, I think I actually like the 22 you shared.
     
  20. thegoodfight

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    the pink on the butt of that magazine just looks...very un-high road

    maybe I have a really dirty mind
     
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    Not my cup of tea but it looks like it turned out nice.
     
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