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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-25-2014, 01:05 AM Thread Starter
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Camo dipping a scope?

Anyone have this done? Does it look like it came that way? Who is good? I just got a Tika t3 superlite it's a stainless fluted barrell with a synthic stock in realtree hard wood hd. Well they don't make crap for camo scopes Or stainless. I really want camo. Who do you guy recommend?
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Re: Camo dipping a scope?

Check out liquid illusions in chambersburg pa
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Re: Camo dipping a scope?

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Re: Camo dipping a scope?

I have a Nikon in a brush camo pattern, how about something like this for the Tikka?

http://www.nikonsportoptics.com/Niko...LTREE-BDC.html

Gota be cheaper then getting a scope, and then having it dipped. Nice glass too.

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Re: Camo dipping a scope?

I had Liquid Illusions in Chambersburg dip a stock several years ago, and they did an excellent job. The owner, Kevin, will answer your question. Before dipping a scope, I would test it for leaks by putting it in luke warm water for an hour or so. If it leaks, send it back to the manufacturer.

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