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  1. how to paint (my particular type) of digi camo! aka omnipat knock

    31 May 2010 - 05:34 PM

    alright so I have gotten multiple requests on how I paint my digi camo. so I finaly remembered to take some pictures when I painted my apex tip. when I was first trying to figure out how to paint digi camo I read many threads on how to paint it, but all seemed lacking in someway. mostly because they were lacking pictures of certain steps. so I took a picture of every step. I even used blue painters tape because that is what most people are going to be using. I used all male stencils because when using rattle can spray paint it is the easiest.

    ok here is all of the paint I use in order from left to right.
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    the first step is pretty easy, just mask off the parts you don't want to paint. All I did was roll up a paper towel and put it inside so I wouldn't paint the rubber. also if you are painting metal you will want to sand it down to give the paint something to hang onto. also you might want to use primer. I'm painting plastic with krylon fusion so I didn't bother with it during this paintjob.
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    now apply the highlite color. usualy you would use a very light green... but I couldn't find a green spray paint can that was close to the propper shade so I instead used ivory white. It's a off-white and works great.
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    apply stencils.
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    every stencil you put down is going to come out(in the finished product) as a spot of the color it is covering up.
    here like this
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    ok so I was having problems with the next coat seaping under the stencils so to stop this you could apply thin layers of paint or because I'm impatient I just hit it with annother coat of the same color to seal the tape edges. like this:
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    now hit it with the shadows color. use a dark brown color.
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    now second verse same as the first. apply stencils!
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    and paint over it to stop overspray.
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    then the green
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    dif green
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    then top it all off with some tan without any more stencils.
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    then carefuly pull off all of the stencils
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    the other sides:
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    now someone please post a reply so I can add more pictures. :D
  2. .691 paint? from academy.

    20 May 2010 - 06:56 PM

    so I recently bought a c-series barrel that has a .691 bore size. so can anyone reccomend a good quality paint that is close to that size? preferably that can be purchased from acdemy. I think that I can get any of these: http://www.academy.com/index.php?entqr=0&a...d=1&start=0

    also I will be fireing these out of my tippmann 98 so I don't want the shell to be too brittle and break in my gun.
    Thanks in advance!
  3. NO MOre MO MOney????

    14 May 2010 - 08:17 AM

    on my order# 100015998 I didn't receive any MO money. I thought that you were suposed to receive 1 free MO MOney with each order. :happy:

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    Everyone loves MO Money right? This promo has been so popular that we've decided to expand it even further. Now you will not only continue to get a MO Money bill with every order shipped, you will also get a MO Money Point for every dollar you spend. For every 250 Points you incur, we will send you a MO Money bill with no purchase necessary. You heard right, we will actually put your MO Money bill in an envelope, lick a stamp, and mail it out to you. In order to redeem your MO Money points, simply give us a call at 1-866-396-6006 during our regular business hours and we will hook you up. And as for when we will be starting MO Money Points - 3/16/09 (thats a week ago BTW, just to give you all a head start).
  4. afew more c-series Q's

    11 May 2010 - 05:29 PM

    I've heard some conflicting stories about the c-series barrel and was wondering if yall could clear them up for me.

    A. to swab or not to swab. that is the question. I've heard that you can't swab carbon fiber barrels with cotton or felt barrel swabs. is this true?

    B. I have also heard that the e-glass interior coating will come out after moderate use. is this true? has this issue been dealt with?
    I started a thread about the deal on annother forum and this was posted:

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    Never a big fan of them after the team used a few, turns out the inside linig, teflon or whatever it was, started to flake off on all the barrels after only a few games, and then the barrels weren't accurate beyond 25 feet.

    .... One was a genuine Stiffi, the other a C series from Spec Ops. It wasn't the carbon fibers that were comming apart, it was the inner lining of the barrel, it flaked away like cheap paint, and left dime sized pits on the inside of the barrels.


    C. speaking of the deal; on the email I received it said "3 days only" well yall are still selling them at $20. I'm not mad or anything just currious as to why you said 3 days only then kept it going.

    D. can you run water through these barrels to clean them? I't won't hurt the fibers/e-glass or anything right?

    E. what is the life expectancy on these barrels? 2 days ago I got to look at my friends stiffi that he has had for about 3 years. he said that the last time he used it it was breaking paint real bad. so I felt inside of it with my finger and it felt very rough.
  5. c-series in 98 threads?

    05 May 2010 - 02:26 PM

    Hi I want to order a c-series because $20 is a steal! but I can't seem to find my barrel adaptor so is it possible to order a 18 (or longer if you got it.) inch c-series in 98 custom threads? please answer quickly. I don't want this deal to pass my by. btw: if I could get it in OD that would be a plus but If you can't do that then black is fine with me.

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