not bad, needs something to break up the solid color
Yes I did! Im glad I didnt royally screw up my gun!Very nice! I like the tan too! Did you do it yourself?
LOL - I get scarred as crap every time I started doing anything to modify my guns... Never (knock on wood) had any problems, bu I'm always so scarredYes I did! Im glad I didnt royally screw up my gun!
Doesnt look to bad for rustoleum camo I think.
The only thing I have done more than roll marks on is my maverick. I figure with a $150 NIB price tag, I cant hurt the value.LOL - I get scarred as crap every time I started doing anything to modify my guns... Never (knock on wood) had any problems, bu I'm always so scarred
Hi Nerd,I parkarized my 1911
Check out this thread - I discussed it over on USA Carry, cause one of the other board members actually helped me... he had all the solutions and tools to do it.Hi Nerd,
Tell me a bit about the process. I've been toying with the idea of bead blasting my 870 to Parerize it. It's on the 'to do' list after I get all the pieces I want together.
Any food supply company should have them pretty cheap - like a serving tub you might see on a food buffet is what we used.Thanks Nerd. I've copied those instructions to think about. Hmmmm, stainless steel tank. Makes sense over other METAL tanks. I wonder if you could get by with a plastic tank/trough for the process. Oh, er, uh, might be hard to heat, mightent it!
Any ideas where to find an inexpensive stainless steel tank?