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i picked up a couple rifles today, a stevens 110e 30-06 wood stock and a savage 10 243 wood stock. i picked them up for $200 a piece. i am going to undertake a custom camo paint job on both. i will post before and after pics when i am done whether they turn out or not.
 

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I've done a few solid paint jobs, below is the only camo paint job I've done. It was an attempt at a dual purpose summer/winter camo on a Stevens 200 in .223.

 

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The advantage of a Krylon camo paint job is if you don't like it you can just paint over it.
Mine got about 8 coats before I liked it.

The colors don't seem to contrast enough, but that may just be the pics. The camo should have a moderate contrast to truly break up the outline.
 

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Cool! I've got a mcMillan stock that is showing some wear on it, and was thinking of doing something like this. Even better, I was leaning toward a carbon fiber style dip. With a stainless barel it would look pretty neat.
 
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