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    Default some cool painted guns

    dead fish on a rifle stock


    silver metalic snakeskin


    pink granite on a lc9


    Kings snow on a scope


    more dead fish...


    pink camo over black

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    Did you do these?

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    yeah, i did

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    Wish those old hammer guns were mine and you had some nicer ones.Ya'll got some great designs on your site
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    Very nice- I really like that dead fish! Would be cool on a fly reel.
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    Really like the last "dead fish" pic. Almost looks 3D......
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    Painted, or decal hydrodipped?

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    Default some cool painted guns

    They are definitely hydro dipped but my understanding of the process is that a base coat paint gets applied, then the hydro film followed by a clear coat of paint. So I suppose "painted" is still an accurate term, especially when compared to some of the adhesive decals out there.

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    LuJon you are correct. there is no decal, no plastic, no adhesive. when the process is finished you are left with 100% paint.

    a little Muddy Girl camo


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