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    anyone try it out?

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    New patterns added like Carbon Fiber, Wood Grain, and Snake skin....

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyhunter View Post
    your welcome - I hope to have some pics of what I have done shortly
    Pictures ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyhunter View Post
    This looks like something fun to try www.camodipkit.com - I wonder how much stuff I could turn camo LOL
    Anyone have pics of what they've done?

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    Alaska Hydrographics sells do it yourself kits as well..and they are in Palmer.. http://alaskahydrographics.com/dip%20kits.html

    Or just take it to Paul and let him work his magic. He does very nice work.
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    They finally have a free catalog at www.camodipkit.com where you can get all the supplies and films mailed to you

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    I tried one of their new $59 starter kits (camodipkit.com) and it worked great. Was able to do 3 pistols with it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyhunter View Post
    They finally have a free catalog at www.camodipkit.com where you can get all the supplies and films mailed to you
    Have used several now with great results

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyhunter View Post
    Have used several now with great results

    camo dipped bear skull
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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyhunter View Post
    This looks like something fun to try www.camodipkit.com - I wonder how much stuff I could turn camo LOL
    Here is the latest skull we did
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