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#6250076 - 04/06/16 02:36 PM Gun skins
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Mr. BM

Registered: 12/01/09
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Loc: East Texas
Wanting to customize the looks on my rifle once I get the new barrel on it, anyone ever used these guys?

http://www.gunskins.com/

Seems like they stand behind the durability and can take it off if you ever wanna sell it, or swap scopes...
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#6250186 - 04/06/16 04:29 PM Re: Gun skins [Re: East]
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Is it any cheaper than hydrographics?


Edited by TexFlip (04/06/16 04:30 PM)
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#6250289 - 04/06/16 06:29 PM Re: Gun skins [Re: East]
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Looks interesting. Would like to see how it's applied. I'd guess heat it and it works kinda like shrink wrap.
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#6250396 - 04/06/16 07:29 PM Re: Gun skins [Re: Toxarch]
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Registered: 12/01/09
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Originally Posted By: TexFlip
Is it any cheaper than hydrographics?


It would be about 70 bucks to do entire rifle including scope, dont know how much hydrographics are....

Originally Posted By: Toxarch
Looks interesting. Would like to see how it's applied. I'd guess heat it and it works kinda like shrink wrap.


Yea instruction show a heat gun, but I don't understand a 5 yr durability rating, if its easily removed and leaves no residue scratch
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#6250430 - 04/06/16 07:51 PM Re: Gun skins [Re: East]
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Do it! and then add that to your holsters as a package deal
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#6250652 - 04/06/16 10:59 PM Re: Gun skins [Re: East]
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I don't have any experience with that company but I used a Mossy Oak brand gun wrap on one of my shotguns. It looks awesome and unless you are looking at it from 12 inches or less you can't tell it didn't come that way from the factory. I would imagine that company you posted has a product that is very similar. I did it myself with a blow dryer and X-acto knife...took me about 45 min.

Here's mine:

http://www.mossyoakgraphics.com/camo-gun-skins






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#6250791 - 04/07/16 07:47 AM Re: Gun skins [Re: East]
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DocHorton your shotgun is very impressive, nice job and sounds quite easy to do.
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#6250807 - 04/07/16 07:55 AM Re: Gun skins [Re: East]
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Much cheaper than having it dipped. Looks great.
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