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    Budget camo job

    Camoflaged the back end the front end didnt look right so I matched them up.007.jpg

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    That looks cool! nice job
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    Looks good.

    What type of paint, and how well does it stick?
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    I used Krylon Camoflage for plastic got it at Wal Mart $6.00 comes in 3 colours dries quick sticks great and hardens to a scratch resitant
    finnish in about 3 or 4 days I also clear coated it with matt finnish clear.

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    Great job Gordo! Everyone seems to really be getting into DIY camo jobs lately and doing great work of it as well.
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