For the gunstock, go to a hobby shop and ask about HobbyPoxy paint. It is a slow-curing epoxy paint that is very hard, very durable and comes in a plethora of colors.
The slower any epoxy cures, the tougher it's going to be when it finally does.
I did a stock for an old Ruger 10-22 with HobbyPoxy black, then gave the cured paint a matte finish with 400 grit wetordry paper and it came out very attractive, very durable.
It's the hardest, toughest paint that I have ever seen, anywhere.
Edited by charlesb (11/07/14 09:08 PM)
Kind regards, charlesb
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