Paint is any pigmented liquid, liquefiable, or mastic composition that, after application to a substrate in a thin layer, converts to a solid film. It is most commonly used to protect, color, or provide texture to objects. Paint can be made or purchased in many colors—and in many different types, such as watercolor, synthetic, etc. Paint is typically stored, sold, and applied as a liquid, but most types dry into a solid.

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  1. Buffalololer

    Painting rollmarks

    Do you guys paint your rollmarks at all? I did a couple and I found it fun to try and get the right colors, brushes and type of paint to make your rifle stand out a bit. I've used a combo of nail polish and model train paints and have tried lots of stuff for a brush. One issue I ran into was...
  2. clearconscience

    Camo jobs on Rifles

    I have been looking at different camo jobs and camo garb for my hunting rifle. Not a need really, just something fun to do. If you all have cano paint, or ghillie’d out rifles please show them! Here’s a couple internet photos I wanted to copy
  3. Diamondback

    School a moron on refinishing?

    Just had a quick question for anyone out there who does refinishing, etc.: How would common house paint (say, Behr from Home Depot) hold up on AR furniture? I mean, it's probably a thicker coat than Cerakote, Gunkote or Duracoat for one, and I'm not sure of its temperature and wear tolerance...
  4. 8

    Removing paint from scope

    I am looking a Nightforce scope that has been Kryloned. Is there any way to remove the paint, or most of it, without removing the finish on the scope. Anybody have experience with this. Thanks, Scott
  5. thereddog

    After nearly 30 minutes of deliberation.

    After nearly half an hour of deliberation, I opted to use up the camouflage paint I had laying in the garage from a duck hunting boat project back in the late 1990's. Figured this would break up the outlines better than nothing. Not that I am planning on doing much hunting with a short...
  6. Squash_edc

    Painting AR-15

    hey guys wondering have any of you done some custom paint jobs on your AR-15’s and magazines? What kind of paint? Where do you get your patterns or do you make them yourself? Would it be more worth it to find someone who does cerakote?
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