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Old 01-27-2011, 03:02 AM
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Yeah, id wait till you had money to spare and get a good job done. Getting a crappy job done will waste money you dont have now and cost money in the future when you try to fix your mistake.
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You doing okay Rockwolf? We Oregonians have to stick together.
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You doing okay Rockwolf? We Oregonians have to stick together.
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Old 01-29-2011, 06:05 PM
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Well not exactly an AR but an airsoft remington. I saw this movie once where
the actor put a couple of leaf on top of the rifle and started spraying a few streaks.
Thing is, I don't really know how to position the leaf on the rifle to break the outline.
Lets just say I'm unsure with the basics of camouflage.
Ah, OK. If it's airsoft, you probably have less to worry about.

I knew a guy once who spray-painted his airsoft Tokyo Marui M14 with a woodland-style camo pattern (no leaves, though). But he separated the entire receiver/barrel assembly from the stock before he did it. The stock was the only thing he painted. I also can't remember what type of primer he used, but I believe that there are airsoft retailers who sell a type that's very good for this exact purpose.
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Old 01-30-2011, 09:26 AM
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I take extreme offense to that! I know at least 19 other Oregonians!
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Old 05-02-2011, 07:27 AM
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Well not exactly an AR but an airsoft remington. I saw this movie once where
the actor put a couple of leaf on top of the rifle and started spraying a few streaks.
Thing is, I don't really know how to position the leaf on the rifle to break the outline.
Lets just say I'm unsure with the basics of camouflage.
I think they did that in Shooter. Didn't understand how they did it so precisely just putting leaves on it though.
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Old 05-03-2011, 05:45 AM
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Since this topic came up again, it reminded me of this video. Skip to about 6:30 to see the final step and results. It's quite impressive.
Part one is here, to see the full process.
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