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hydro dipping


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Have you guys seen this process? It looks pretty freaking wild, check it out on youtube. A buddy of mine is getting into it, saw his shotgun forend he did, looks awesome. He's been trying it on a bunch of things, and it's working out very well.

I'm giving him some AR parts to dip, I'll post pics when they're done.

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I've thought about trying it but I'm afraid that whatever I choose will look like a fad past it's expiration date in ten years.

I stick with basic black, stainless or nickel, depending on the firearm.

I don't like the skulls and all the designs I think that is all a fad, however camo never dies I'd like to do a camo pattern

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So, my buddy is done dipping my parts. He had some issues with his first tank, so this has taken a while. I gave him $25 for his materials, but he wouldn't take payment.

Keep in mind, I'll probably just keep this look for fun, certainly not a home defense carbine.

So, here is a teaser pic....


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