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No, but the last time I wanted to make the paint look better, I took off the painted parts, cleaned them up thoroughly, did a light sanding and sprayed with red Rustoleum. Looks great afterwards.

Perhaps an email to MEC could point you in the direction of touch up paint though.
 

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To do a paint job on a MEC, you need to REALLY clean it well. I tore down and repainted my 12-gauge Sizemaster before selling it. I was lucky that I had a friend with a small sandblasting booth which I used to clean up the frame. Like Flash, I did a couple of coats of Red Rustoleum and it came out nice. I'm pretty sure that the frame is cast, so can hold oils and grease, so a good cleaning is a must.

Give MEC a call. They are a great company to communicate with.

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