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  • Duckhunter01
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    Thanks guys..think I will give him a call.

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  • JC in AK
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    One more vote for Paul at Alaska Hydrographics. He did a set of wheels and vent visors for my wife's truck over a year ago and everything still looks as good as it did the day we picked them up. Check out their Facebook page.

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  • duckslayer56
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    definitely don't wrap it. I've heard horror stories about water getting under the wrap and rusting the crap out of your gun. I'd go with paint or dip.

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  • AK DUCKMAN
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    I may have enough paint left but you have to help paint it ( cut stencils ect.. ) I'll run the air brush. It's real easy.
    Do you like these colors. We can make what ever stencils you want.
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  • Duckhunter01
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    Lol.. I already have two like that.. it's time to move up a notch. I still can't afford to buy a camo gun..

    Originally posted by skybust View Post
    Ha brother just put some camo duck tape on you'll be fine let the redneck come out lol

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  • skybust
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    Ha brother just put some camo duck tape on you'll be fine let the redneck come out lol😄

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  • JR2
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    Alaska Hydrographics is great, think he is Preed on here. In Wasilla, does awesome work.

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  • Duckhunter01
    started a topic Dipping gun/Wrap

    Dipping gun/Wrap

    Somone on here mentioned this before. Who in town dips shotguns? Considering ordering a wrap or getting it dipped. any honest opinions out there?

    Thanks

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