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Link Posted: 3/3/2014 12:40:08 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By offroader1006:
Here's a kryptek style camo I just finished up.

Unlike a lot of the two-tone stencil jobs, I wanted the paint to be a functional camo foremost.

After all, Kryptek IS a camouflage, so just mimicking the pattern doesn't do it any justice.

My only regret is the black didnt show through as much as I had hoped it would to give a great contrast.

Next time I will add more after the top coat.

http://oldsouthoffroad.com/voyles/20140302_123333_resized.jpg

http://oldsouthoffroad.com/voyles/20140302_105819_resized.jpg

Like all of my camo jobs on my rifles, I use regular spray paint that's cheap and readily available, and the whole process only took about 30 mins, including the dry time of the first side.

So it can be reapplied easily and quickly.
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very nice

i've been wanting to do something similar to one of my rifles.  good colors and subtle pattern , two thumbs up

edit to add pic of the rifle for the top of page 7 , right now it's just rattle canned in rustoleum dark taupe.  i figure this should be a good base for some kind of camo pattern.


Link Posted: 3/4/2014 2:51:08 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By civic96hb:

Details please. I like this
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Originally Posted By TEXASGUNGUY022003:
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Details please. I like this

It's just rustoleum camo brown & sand.
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Sponge technique correct?

 
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very nice

i've been wanting to do something similar to one of my rifles.  good colors and subtle pattern , two thumbs up

edit to add pic of the rifle for the top of page 7 , right now it's just rattle canned in rustoleum dark taupe.  i figure this should be a good base for some kind of camo pattern.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v619/1iviper/IMG_2146.jpg
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Originally Posted By 1iviper:

Originally Posted By offroader1006:
Here's a kryptek style camo I just finished up.

Unlike a lot of the two-tone stencil jobs, I wanted the paint to be a functional camo foremost.

After all, Kryptek IS a camouflage, so just mimicking the pattern doesn't do it any justice.

My only regret is the black didnt show through as much as I had hoped it would to give a great contrast.

Next time I will add more after the top coat.

http://oldsouthoffroad.com/voyles/20140302_123333_resized.jpg

http://oldsouthoffroad.com/voyles/20140302_105819_resized.jpg

Like all of my camo jobs on my rifles, I use regular spray paint that's cheap and readily available, and the whole process only took about 30 mins, including the dry time of the first side.

So it can be reapplied easily and quickly.


very nice

i've been wanting to do something similar to one of my rifles.  good colors and subtle pattern , two thumbs up

edit to add pic of the rifle for the top of page 7 , right now it's just rattle canned in rustoleum dark taupe.  i figure this should be a good base for some kind of camo pattern.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v619/1iviper/IMG_2146.jpg


Whoa... That really makes me want a Sig 556 sbr!!! Nice looking rifle!

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Originally Posted By jukeboxx13:



Sponge technique correct?  


Eh, more or less. I did use a sponge



 
Link Posted: 3/12/2014 1:22:53 PM EDT
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Before:


After rebuild and refinishing:




Alumahyde II Coyote. It was an exact match for the magpul FDE until I baked it, It is now right in the middle of FDE and FOL.
Still need to get the sights worked out, and get the scope and mount for it but almost there.
Link Posted: 3/15/2014 8:56:27 AM EDT
[Last Edit: Fooboy] [#8]
Finally rattle canned one of my ARs; Rustoleum Khaki and Deep Forest Green.

I wasn't trying to make it camo as much as I was just going for "not black"  





Link Posted: 3/17/2014 3:40:26 AM EDT
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I do believe I'm gonna pine straw mine this weekend. That looks amazing.
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I do believe I'm gonna pine straw mine this weekend. That looks amazing.
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Did this today. I'll take some better pictures tomorrow.
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Originally Posted By Fooboy:
Finally rattle canned one of my ARs; Rustoleum Khaki and Deep Forest Green.

I wasn't trying to make it camo as much as I was just going for "not black"  

http://imageshack.com/a/img850/3002/3dfu.jpg

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I've noticed throughout this thread that all the holes in line on the Troy rails really make it easier to find a rifle.  You're paint job looks great,
Fooboy, but something about those same-sized, regularly-spaced holes draws the eye right to it.  There was another set of pics where
the rest of rifle blended in perfectly but was still easy to spot because of the rail...

I wonder what can be done to breakup that look and make it blend in better.
Link Posted: 3/20/2014 11:23:32 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By TheMountaineer:


I've noticed throughout this thread that all the holes in line on the Troy rails really make it easier to find a rifle.  You're paint job looks great,
Fooboy, but something about those same-sized, regularly-spaced holes draws the eye right to it.  There was another set of pics where
the rest of rifle blended in perfectly but was still easy to spot because of the rail...

I wonder what can be done to breakup that look and make it blend in better.
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Originally Posted By TheMountaineer:
Originally Posted By Fooboy:
Finally rattle canned one of my ARs; Rustoleum Khaki and Deep Forest Green.

I wasn't trying to make it camo as much as I was just going for "not black"  

http://imageshack.com/a/img850/3002/3dfu.jpg

http://imageshack.com/a/img585/2010/vab9.jpg

https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/634x476q90/541/kadm.jpg


I've noticed throughout this thread that all the holes in line on the Troy rails really make it easier to find a rifle.  You're paint job looks great,
Fooboy, but something about those same-sized, regularly-spaced holes draws the eye right to it.  There was another set of pics where
the rest of rifle blended in perfectly but was still easy to spot because of the rail...

I wonder what can be done to breakup that look and make it blend in better.


Thanks. You could probably wrap it in those IDF elastic hand guard bands but it's good enough for me.

I did it more for a fun project . Most of my mags and the sling is black. I don't own any camo clothing either.

I would stick out a lot more than my rifle  :)


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Link Posted: 3/22/2014 5:43:12 AM EDT
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I don't normally like the "sponge" techniques, but that my friend, looks dayum good!


Nice job!
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DAYUUUM! Stick just shut this thread down! Very nice
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Originally Posted By AmericanSoldier1989:



I don't normally like the "sponge" techniques, but that my friend, looks dayum good!



Nice job!
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Originally Posted By AmericanSoldier1989:



I don't normally like the "sponge" techniques, but that my friend, looks dayum good!



Nice job!


Thanks, man

To keep it legit (I don't think I posted this one in this thread )





 
Link Posted: 3/22/2014 10:41:22 PM EDT
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Thanks, man

To keep it legit (I don't think I posted this one in this thread )

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7439/13100922933_45b61005b8_h.jpg

 
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Originally Posted By AmericanSoldier1989:


I don't normally like the "sponge" techniques, but that my friend, looks dayum good!



Nice job!


Thanks, man

To keep it legit (I don't think I posted this one in this thread )

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7439/13100922933_45b61005b8_h.jpg

 
Need MOAR!!

 
Link Posted: 3/23/2014 6:27:54 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Stickman:




Nice carbine, I really like that one.  
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Originally Posted By CtSmshr:
DAYUUUM! Stick just shut this thread down! Very nice
http://i1285.photobucket.com/albums/a584/GudOlBoy1/20140310_172544_zpsa209ea28.jpg




Nice carbine, I really like that one.  

Thanks.... Magpul needs to make an AFG/VFG I'm loving this thing!
ETA OWNED!
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Finally painted my Aimpoint.
       




 
Link Posted: 3/27/2014 9:26:47 PM EDT
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Aervoe "Field Drab"



Link Posted: 3/28/2014 2:06:27 AM EDT
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Rustoleum Camo and mesh. Base tan and brown/green sprayed using mesh from an old backpack


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Just got 2 cans of that delivered from brownells the other day... got some painting to do this weekend! ;)

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Originally Posted By blackfly53:
Rustoleum Camo and mesh. Base tan and brown/green sprayed using mesh from an old backpack

<a href="http://s231.photobucket.com/user/blackfly53/media/8d34bfe2-3364-49d4-ac9c-109200b2c74f_zps7bc66f9e.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee110/blackfly53/8d34bfe2-3364-49d4-ac9c-109200b2c74f_zps7bc66f9e.jpg</a>
<a href="http://s231.photobucket.com/user/blackfly53/media/f45207e7-03dc-4ca9-9979-afd72d839f89_zpsaaf2913c.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee110/blackfly53/f45207e7-03dc-4ca9-9979-afd72d839f89_zpsaaf2913c.jpg</a>
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nice I love that look. I've got a new upper coming next week. I'm thinking of a similar paint for this new gun.
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Link Posted: 3/28/2014 11:27:40 AM EDT
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A couple of mine, going for the multi-cam look obviously.  Ones a Savage 10fpsr, still has some tape on it, the other is a DIY AR with a Midwest Ind FF forearm and MOE furniture.  

I didn't paint the stock or grip on this particular one since it gets handled/shot a lot, just a personal choice.  If it came down to really 'needing' to be full scale camo due to some crazy apocalyptic event well I imagine not having those two things painted will be the least of my worries.  

I also don't paint the barrels on systems we tend to run 'hot', mostly the AR's, since I don't want to burn the paint off and have to smell the fumes.  And I tape up every moving part, crack and gap to prevent any paint from getting into/onto a 'working surface'.  

Obviously one of my browns isn't 'right' but I couldn't find one that matched and got tired of spending money on paint so I used the closest one.

The last is a picture of the DW's system just to show how I tape a system up prior to paint.   Nothing special there, a DIY build with basic furniture, low cost, simple, reliable, her 'goto' weapon.  

My goal is to #1, don't add any possible failure points so no paint in/on springs, joints, threads, screw heads etc and etc and #2 visually break up the system so it's doesn't scream "BLACK GUN HERE!" at a distance.  #3 a color scheme that lets it fade into the camo we prefer for our area again so that its less "I've got a gun!" at a distance.





Link Posted: 3/28/2014 11:38:52 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Tophatman:
A couple of mine, going for the multi-cam look obviously.  Ones a Savage 10fpsr, still has some tape on it, the other is a DIY AR with a Midwest Ind FF forearm and MOE furniture.  

I didn't paint the stock or grip on this particular one since it gets handled/shot a lot, just a personal choice.  If it came down to really 'needing' to be full scale camo due to some crazy apocalyptic event well I imagine not having those two things painted will be the least of my worries.  

I also don't paint the barrels on systems we tend to run 'hot', mostly the AR's, since I don't want to burn the paint off and have to smell the fumes.  And I tape up every moving part, crack and gap to prevent any paint from getting into/onto a 'working surface'.  

Obviously one of my browns isn't 'right' but I couldn't find one that matched and got tired of spending money on paint so I used the closest one.

The last is a picture of the DW's system just to show how I tape a system up prior to paint.   Nothing special there, a DIY build with basic furniture, low cost, simple, reliable, her 'goto' weapon.  

My goal is to #1, don't add any possible failure points so no paint in/on springs, joints, threads, screw heads etc and etc and #2 visually break up the system so it's doesn't scream "BLACK GUN HERE!" at a distance.  #3 a color scheme that lets it fade into the camo we prefer for our area again so that its less "I've got a gun!" at a distance.

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g311/tophatman45/SavageLight_zps72830aa9.jpg

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g311/tophatman45/16inchlightweight_zpse914594a.jpg

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I like what you have done and like you mentioned, most of the colors will fade in eventually so it's no big deal. I see a lot of great work in here but just can't bring myself to throw some paint on my AR yet.........yet
Link Posted: 3/28/2014 4:59:53 PM EDT
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I like what you have done and like you mentioned, most of the colors will fade in eventually so it's no big deal. I see a lot of great work in here but just can't bring myself to throw some paint on my AR yet.........yet
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Originally Posted By Gambel_02:
Originally Posted By Tophatman:
A couple of mine, going for the multi-cam look obviously.  Ones a Savage 10fpsr, still has some tape on it, the other is a DIY AR with a Midwest Ind FF forearm and MOE furniture.  

I didn't paint the stock or grip on this particular one since it gets handled/shot a lot, just a personal choice.  If it came down to really 'needing' to be full scale camo due to some crazy apocalyptic event well I imagine not having those two things painted will be the least of my worries.  

I also don't paint the barrels on systems we tend to run 'hot', mostly the AR's, since I don't want to burn the paint off and have to smell the fumes.  And I tape up every moving part, crack and gap to prevent any paint from getting into/onto a 'working surface'.  

Obviously one of my browns isn't 'right' but I couldn't find one that matched and got tired of spending money on paint so I used the closest one.

The last is a picture of the DW's system just to show how I tape a system up prior to paint.   Nothing special there, a DIY build with basic furniture, low cost, simple, reliable, her 'goto' weapon.  

My goal is to #1, don't add any possible failure points so no paint in/on springs, joints, threads, screw heads etc and etc and #2 visually break up the system so it's doesn't scream "BLACK GUN HERE!" at a distance.  #3 a color scheme that lets it fade into the camo we prefer for our area again so that its less "I've got a gun!" at a distance.

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g311/tophatman45/SavageLight_zps72830aa9.jpg

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g311/tophatman45/16inchlightweight_zpse914594a.jpg

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g311/tophatman45/tapedup_zps1423c7e6.jpg


I like what you have done and like you mentioned, most of the colors will fade in eventually so it's no big deal. I see a lot of great work in here but just can't bring myself to throw some paint on my AR yet.........yet


I thought the same thing. Then I found myself with more than a few AR's and sprayed my beater. Now its my favorite one lol.
Link Posted: 3/29/2014 2:23:41 AM EDT
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I like that you took the time to take up all the entry areas and especially the slight gap between the upper and lower. This is often overlooked.

If you put on nice light coats then you don't have too much to worry about, but just thing... Your trigger springs and action are sitting right there behind that gap. Not something you want any paint on at all if you can avoid it.

I liked to build models as a kid and learned that it's 90% in the prep work and getting everything ready.

Looks like you've done a great job and did some great camo jobs. Being totally honest I couldn't see the rifle till I zoomed in in my phone and read your post. Lol! I thought it was just some multicam reference. Haha.

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Is that a Coyote SOPMOD, or did you spray that too?

I'm going to paint my FDE one, and plan on swapping the fde buttpad for my black buttpad... At least that WAS the plan (Ended up snapping one of the tabs on the pad) So now I have to wait until the "Vendor who's name shall not be mentioned here" gets more black pads in stock
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My Stag 6.8
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My Stag 6.8
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needs more rattle can applied
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My Stag 6.8
<a href="http://s617.photobucket.com/user/kdalts/media/001-9.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i617.photobucket.com/albums/tt257/kdalts/001-9.jpg</a>


needs more rattle can applied


I like the little bit on the furniture but I agree, needs MOAR RATTLE CAN!
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Is that a Coyote SOPMOD, or did you spray that too?

I'm going to paint my FDE one, and plan on swapping the fde buttpad for my black buttpad... At least that WAS the plan (Ended up snapping one of the tabs on the pad) So now I have to wait until the "Vendor who's name shall not be mentioned here" gets more black pads in stock
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Is that a Coyote SOPMOD, or did you spray that too?

I'm going to paint my FDE one, and plan on swapping the fde buttpad for my black buttpad... At least that WAS the plan (Ended up snapping one of the tabs on the pad) So now I have to wait until the "Vendor who's name shall not be mentioned here" gets more black pads in stock


It's a B5 SOPMOD in Coyote. PSA has them in stock, I believe. It's a better match to KAC Taupe and Aervoe Field Drab than the LMT FDE in my opinion.
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I'm really diggin the paint job. Looks almost like honeycomb to me. On a side note, how do you like your f93?
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Looks great, i'm loving the rifle and the paint job. What did you use as a stencil?
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I'm really diggin the paint job. Looks almost like honeycomb to me. On a side note, how do you like your f93?
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<a href="http://s159.photobucket.com/user/mustangduckk/media/58baf346120ee160966ff30179f2504b_zps6a1e9113.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i159.photobucket.com/albums/t149/mustangduckk/58baf346120ee160966ff30179f2504b_zps6a1e9113.jpg</a>


I'm really diggin the paint job. Looks almost like honeycomb to me. On a side note, how do you like your f93?


It's pretty cool. It is absolutely 100% solid when locked in place. I'm not sure it brings $150+ of functionality to the table, but it looks cool and doesn't wobble.


Link Posted: 4/1/2014 8:12:56 PM EDT
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Looks great, i'm loving the rifle and the paint job. What did you use as a stencil?
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Originally Posted By mustangduckk:
<a href="http://s159.photobucket.com/user/mustangduckk/media/dad2957f49021b101f273dc76a3bb7f6_zps83056ab3.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i159.photobucket.com/albums/t149/mustangduckk/dad2957f49021b101f273dc76a3bb7f6_zps83056ab3.jpg</a>


<a href="http://s159.photobucket.com/user/mustangduckk/media/036b5cc19fbe4326295dda13ee175157_zps125f46b1.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i159.photobucket.com/albums/t149/mustangduckk/036b5cc19fbe4326295dda13ee175157_zps125f46b1.jpg</a>


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Looks great, i'm loving the rifle and the paint job. What did you use as a stencil?


Some $5 laundry bag from Walmart.


Link Posted: 4/1/2014 11:14:41 PM EDT
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Aervoe is like crack!




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Originally Posted By lancecriminal86:
Aervoe is like crack!

<a href="https://flic.kr/p/mFnZvZ" target="_blank">https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2882/13572769543_f7fe93ca90_b.jpg</a>
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How about I send you my rifle and you do mine just like those two
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