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#3067259 - 12/07/12 01:04 AM Camo dip ?
8 Point

Registered: 09/08/10
Posts: 2028
Loc: alabama

I was wondering if I could get a remington 7600 camo dipped. I want the whole gun dipped but not sure how it would work with all the moving parts since its a pump . Any one know ?
#3067488 - 12/07/12 08:10 AM Re: Camo dip ? [Re: southernhunter]
6 Point

Registered: 11/23/10
Posts: 618
Loc: Ft. Hood, TX / Afghanistan

They cerakote shotguns and pistols and I'm pretty sure they dip them so why not.
It is better to live one day as a lion, than a thousand years as a lamb.

#3067617 - 12/07/12 09:11 AM Re: Camo dip ? [Re: bjohnson]
10 Point

Registered: 11/01/10
Posts: 2981
Loc: Lawrence Co.

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The stock, forearm, barrel and receiver could all be dipped. Won't be cheap though. Philip Frazier in Summertown does a great job.

I've watched him do a few different pieces and they all looked awesome. Should be within driving distance if you're in AL.
Smokeless Muzzleloading: It ain't your Grampa's flintlock

#3067855 - 12/07/12 11:39 AM Re: Camo dip ? [Re: Rubberduck270]
6 Point

Registered: 11/28/11
Posts: 781
Loc: gibson

Has anybody tried the DIY kits?
Skin that one, pilgrim, and I'll get you another!

#3067898 - 12/07/12 11:55 AM Re: Camo dip ? [Re: randy]
Bull Winkle

Registered: 12/05/12
Posts: 28
Loc: Middle TN

I would pay the extra money and have someone do it for you. I had a 270 dipped in Lost Camo and the thing is awesome looking.

The guy who did it is in Spring Hill, TN.

#3068116 - 12/07/12 02:18 PM Re: Camo dip ? [Re: randy]
8 Point

Registered: 07/14/08
Posts: 1462
Loc: Nashville, TN

 Originally Posted By: randy
Has anybody tried the DIY kits?

I have not actually done it but I have researched it. You have to be able to strip the rifle down to the barreled reciever and do all of the parts seperately. You have to have an oven that is big enough to put the barreled reciever in. You may be able to get away with just degreasing the rifle or you may have to bead blast it just depending on what you are using. If you screw up, you either live with it or bead blast it and start over. If its something your really want to do, I would try it on something that you don't care about first.

#3068816 - 12/07/12 11:44 PM Re: Camo dip ? [Re: JimFromTN]
8 Point

Registered: 09/08/10
Posts: 2028
Loc: alabama

Thanks for all the replys , I have talk to several guys about doing it , which I would love too but the best price I found was 200 dollars , can't afford it right now ,
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