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    Default Wow!!

    So I was stumbling around the campfire and someone pointed me to a fellas site who does rifle stock coatin. Perusing through the gallery, I find a thumbnail of a familiar looking rifle.

    I pull it up and thought...no way. I referenced my P-bucket pics and thought "I own this rifle!!"

    Kinda cool to find a professional picture of a rifle you own...just thought I'd share



    BTW, the fire WILL burn you...you've been warned...

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    Pretty cool. Still think my rifle looks better than that sitting on a goat even if it isn't a "pro pho"

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    Stranger, she's an '06 as well

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    Nice gun Hunt. Is that the recoil pad that came on the gun?

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    Nah, its a limbsaver...

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    Thumbs up Congrats!

    Great looking rifle - very professional result indeed.
    Details? Duracoat? What website?
    Very cool.

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    Pretty sure that guy uses Cerakote....

    Site here....

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    OK I'll bite I have a Rem.700 22-250 with a ramline cheap stock and black matt finish over all. Can ya help me hide this gun in the brush. Material list would be good, then come over to house and show me how its done???? Just kidding, but would like coaching on doing our gun. Sincerly your yard man?
    Dave

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    Dave, not a prob. Not terribly cheap if you want to get setup to do it yourself but its not too terribly hard to do, either.

    You will need an airbrush, hose, compressor w/ regulator (guessing you already have that), respirator, some prep materials, and some Duracoat/Cerakote. I use the Duracoat and can get you that.

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