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- June 26, 1991
- middletown, PA
- love to play paintball and love to play woodsball. nothin like it. i also go church and am a christian. paintball is fun and so is a lot of other stuff but having God first and having him as your saviour is the best! also love to play basketball. play basketball for Harrisburg Christian and love to hang with friends, hang out with my girlfriend Danielle, who is the best girl in the world. but love to just hang out....have fun....the normal.
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31 March 2008 - 07:16 AMKrylon is good stuff - Ive used it to paint several guns...
In addition to the steps that IKE suggested (all good) I reccomend a good clear coat as well. Let the paint dry for at least 48 hours, then hit it with several light coats of Krylon Clear polyurethane finish - comes in matte, satin & gloss. It'll help keep paint from chipping.
Good info! I'm gonna do some of that too.
As far as not being able to go back.....I meant that you can't return to factory finish. You'd have to pay someone to do that.
thank for the tips that will really help
04 March 2008 - 08:36 AMhey thanks m def. going to check out 3 rivers paintball! looks sick!
03 March 2008 - 11:34 AM
28 February 2008 - 04:40 PMmy gear
Tippmann 98 custom pro with car stock, m-16 barrel kit, bossmann full m-16 mag, picatinny sight rail and picatinny red dot
scope. V-force vantage mask, use whack paint but mostly visible impact paint, U.S. military woodland camo. Cool setup with
m-16 upgrades. co2 fill