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#1 ghilliesuitsniper

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Posted 04 June 2016 - 09:54 PM

 Hey guys, I'm looking to paint my Tippman Arms M4. I was reading up on different paints to use and styles, when I rolled across Plasti Dip. So I did Some research on it and found videos of people painting Cars, Rims, pretty much anything they wanted! Then I looked up methods of removing the paint and saw that it was like removing one big sticker. So, I thought to myself, I wonder if you could use this paint as a base paint, then over top of the Plasti Dip, paint of the camo the user has chosen, then if he or she wanted to sell the gun and remove the paint job, all they would have to do is remove the "sticker" paint job, and wha-la, original paint, and original looking gun.

 

 My question is, has then ever been done before, have you ever heard of someone doing this, if so, did it work well? Finally, I live in western Pennsylvania and was wondering good camo patterns for the conditions that are presented throughout the year, basically looking for something that will blend in all seasons but winter. I was thinking of a snakeskin weathered look, or just a weathered look. Many questions to be answered, and would like some help answering them.

 

Thanks in Advance

 

Robbie


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