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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by GunDoctor, Mar 24, 2008.

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  1. GunDoctor

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    Had to show everyone my MultiCam job. It was just a first try. I'll post a couple when I get the bugs out.


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  2. Sprfld1911

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    great

    :what: Looks great. I'd like to see a bolt action in that pattern.
     
  3. taliv

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    actually, that does look pretty good
     
  4. Darthbauer

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    Not bad at all for your first try.

    If you do another one try making the off white parts alittle smaller. Also, what were you using as a refrence?
     
  5. GunDoctor

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    Using the Lauer stensils. Im not using them again though because the pattern is too big like you said Darthbauer
     
  6. Darthbauer

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    If you can, just get some crye fabric and wing it. Either way, good job. Much better than I could do.
     
  7. GunDoctor

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    Thanks brother. Appreciate it. I have a couple more MultiCam's coming up. I'll do a new post when they're done.
     
  8. Darthbauer

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    Get really good at it and I might have to send you my AR. Ive contacted some people around where I live to do it and it just cost to much.
     
  9. GunDoctor

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    Its a 7 color camo so it does cost a bit.
     
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    Darthbauer, just wondering how much it's going for in your neck of the woods?
     
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    Its really all over the place and there are only two people really around me that will do it. And when I say around me I mean within 100 miles. The first place I called the guy wanted $600. The second place the guy only wanted half of that.
     
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    Being a 7 color camo (pricing usually follows the number of colors) puts this one at about $600. However we can discuss a couple things and shorten the colors to say 4 or 5 and get the price down quite a bit. If something like that sounds like an idea then PM me to discuss it.
     
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    I'll let you know.
     
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    fbmg, did you use the "multicolor" kit lauer has? or did you just select 7 colors? their kit's only $52
     
  16. GunDoctor

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    Taliv I did use the "multicolor" kit. The colors are just slightly off from MultiCam to avoid licencing problems so I just slightly darken or lighten the colors to make them as close to the original as possible.
    I am really not impressed with their stensils though. Too large. I'll make my own on the 2 up coming jobs.
     
  17. Darthbauer

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    Next job looks like this and oh yeah i'll send you my AR and my side arm and my 11-87.
     
  18. GunDoctor

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    I have a set of utilities in multicam now and will be making myown stensils and and blending the colors as it should be. I'll post new pics as soon as I get them done.
     
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    Just out of curiosity.. is it painted under the selector switch? ie, if you flip it to semi is there a switch shaped hole on the pattern?
     
  20. GunDoctor

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    Yes it is. After the dust cover opens the bolt still blends into the pattern as well.
     
  21. GunDoctor

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    Wouldnt be right if they weren't blended...
     
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    very nice, I recently recieved my Dura coat dvd and I plan on doing a couple of my weapons with it.
     
  23. GunDoctor

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    SoCal Shooter, Good luck and have fun with your projects. Post some pictures when you're done.
     
  24. Darthbauer

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    [​IMG]


    My new paint job. Its not duracoat but it was super cheap since it was done by a friend.
     
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    WOW! Very cool on the optics. Me thinks I should do that to my Nikon + lenses!!
     
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