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  1. Creek Stewart
    September 11, 2012

    I’m definitely going to paint my black 10/22 stock after reading this post!
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  2. Temecula CA
    September 12, 2012

    It looked easy when you did it but I don’t think I can do the paint as well. Kudos
    By the way, how can I get youtube to show up like you did with the controls?

  3. LP
    October 2, 2012

    Nice techniques. I love the twig masking. I’m going to try that one day. I’ve seen some studies done on camo with white coloring, usually in feathered stripes at odd angles. Sometimes it can make an arm or a stock disappear. Especially against light backgrounds. Within dark areas, it confuses the mind’s ability to distinguish shapes – so the studies say.

    I’d like to experiment with that on my H&K clone. Nice work JJ.
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  4. admin_jjsere1
    October 11, 2012

    Temecula,
    Give it a shot! It is a lot easier than it looks I assure you.

    Cheers
    JJ
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  5. admin_jjsere1
    October 11, 2012

    LP,

    You are correct lighter colors are often overlooked for use in camouflage and you can see in some of the recent new camo hunting clothing lines that white and grey are key colors.

    Thanks!

    JJ
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