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Did the Alveroe paint job deal on a shotty and one of my AR's







 

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I think it looks pretty good. It's a whole lot better than what I could do.

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Lookin good!
 

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Gonna paint the brace for the extension?
 

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Nice job!

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Where's the shotgun? All I see is a fridge, some tape, and a box in the corner. Is it camo or something?
 

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Good job, though I know from experience painting a Mossberg, you'll likely have to cycle the gun hard for a while till the paint over where the action bars/pump moves on the mag tube is worn away. A very, very light coat of brown or tan on the mag tube would prevent that, but it was a learning experience.
 

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Good job, though I know from experience painting a Mossberg, you'll likely have to cycle the gun hard for a while till the paint over where the action bars/pump moves on the mag tube is worn away. A very, very light coat of brown or tan on the mag tube would prevent that, but it was a learning experience.
Actually, it cycles fine. I think the new Remington guns are pretty loose to begin with. Despite what it looks like I hit it with several really thin coats of paint so dimensionally it's probably fine. My AR I painted however lol... The stock is definitely harder to move, but I generally shoot squared up like I was taught back in the green gun club so I leave the stock short anyway.
 
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