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Painting a synthetic stock
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I have a synthetic gun stock I'm thinking about painting, but I've never used this stuff before:
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I've heard of people using it to paint plastic mags but I don't want to use it if it's going to rub off on my clothes or leave a sticky finish. The stock in question is a pistol grip shotgun stock and I was going to tape up the grip anyway (grip feels fine and if I do it right it will come out in a duo-tone). Has anybody used this stuff for the purpose above? And how durable is the paint?
They also make a primer for plastics that allows you to use their standard paint on top of it, I may go this route since most of the colors available are gloss or semi-gloss and I want a flat, matte finish.
Any help is appreciated.
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I picked up a few cans of RustOleum spray paint from Walmart. I have a Mossberg 802 (.22lr bolt action rifle), and I want to paint it a camo pattern. I haven't had a chance to do it yet because it seems like on my days off I am either too busy or the weather sucks. I chose RustOleum because I researched and found a lot of people use this brand on their firearms.
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