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Can I use this spray to paint my Glock?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by tango44, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. tango44

    tango44

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    I would like to paint my G26, is this product OK on Glock's?
    I don't care if it will last or not, I just want to make sure that I can remove it, if I don't like it!

    Not interested on professional finishes and all that.

    Just want to spray and try my OD G26.

    Please tell me what you think!

    http://www.krylon.com/products/camouflage_paint_with_fusion_technology/

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  2. Angry Fist

    Angry Fist Dehumanizer® Lifetime Member

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  3. SJ 40

    SJ 40 Deplorable,Clinger

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    Used some on a 12 ga. shotgun,has held up well considering where that gun has been and treatment it receives. SJ 40
     
  4. bobby_w

    bobby_w Alienigena Platinum Member

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    It will only work if you show us the results. :supergrin:
     
  5. Opie 1 Kenopie

    Opie 1 Kenopie Regular Guy

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    If you paint the frame, you'll never get it completely off. The paint will always be in between the checkering and the stippling etc. I've found Krylon's camo to be a little too fake colored for my rifles. If you're looking for ACTUAL military spec colors, in the actual formula, pick up a can of Aervoe from Major Surplus (available in all the fashionable colors online). All of my rifles are done with it and it looks sweet, not the odd pea green that Krylon calls OD.
     
  6. youngdocglock

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    Sure ya can. And if you hate the look after painting the frame. heres a trick :-D

    Coat the frame in hopps 9 solvent, than take the nylon bore brush that came with the glock and put it in a power drill. Turn the sucker on high and scrub it all off :) Solvent will soften it up enough for the nylon brush to just spin it right off, but it wont hurt the frame either :)
     
  7. Opie 1 Kenopie

    Opie 1 Kenopie Regular Guy

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    I digress.
     
  8. TruthNotRelative

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    au contraire. I have an OD G23 that I painted with Krylon Fusion Camo (Several coats, including Clear Coat), and when I got tired of it, I used Lacquer Thinner to remove the paint and not only did it all come off (using a rag, and Q-tips soaked in LT), but it didn't affect the polymer one bit, and in fact, the receiver looked like it came from the factory after it was all removed. No way that you could ever tell that a speck of KF ever touched the thing. So... uhhh, there ya go. Spray Away Tango! You can trust me! I'm a "certified" crazy gun "surgeon"! Really though, if you don't like it, Lacquer Thinner will fix ya right up.
     
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  9. glock_collector

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    Does it come in HOT PINK??