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#476109 - 10/31/07 03:21 PM Stencil kits for painting stock
smstone22
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Anyone ever used them or know how to make your own? I really want to spice up my plain black stock on my 260 and put it in a woodland BDU type camo.
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#476122 - 10/31/07 03:43 PM Re: Stencil kits for painting stock [Re: smstone22]
Rackseeker
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Go to customcamo.com I bought one of their larger stencil kits and painted my old hunting truck.

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#476583 - 10/31/07 11:48 PM Re: Stencil kits for painting stock [Re: Rackseeker]
redneckprofessor
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Not trying to be a smart aleck, but seriously, some of the best stencils are actual leaves. Think about it: hold it over what you are painting, then, throw it away! And, can't get more "natural" in shape and size.

Edited by redneckprofessor (10/31/07 11:48 PM)

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#477018 - 11/01/07 12:37 PM Re: Stencil kits for painting stock [Re: redneckprofessor]
leeinmemphis
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gbee.....I bought one of those kits one time to paint a jon boat and it looked terrible! I need to point out that i have zero artistic abilities and it showed when I tried to use it on my boat. You definitely did a good job on your truck. If I ever need to do that again I'ld probably have to do it in camoclad or something.
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#477029 - 11/01/07 12:59 PM Re: Stencil kits for painting stock [Re: leeinmemphis]
spctbone
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Steven I painted this Savage 110 30-06 With Krylon using leaves and grass as stencils. Cheap, easy to do, and easy to touch up!

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#477125 - 11/01/07 02:34 PM Re: Stencil kits for painting stock [Re: spctbone]
Worm
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Heck you did a good job. Might want to go in business.

I use grass and leaves to paint my deer stands.
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#477240 - 11/01/07 03:27 PM Re: Stencil kits for painting stock [Re: Worm]
smstone22
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I am wanting a GAP look with a little lighter colors.
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#477295 - 11/01/07 03:51 PM Re: Stencil kits for painting stock [Re: smstone22]
Hillbilly Hunter
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good looking paint job!
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