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    Posted: 30 July 2004 at 11:06am
if i wanted to paint a 98c would spray paint or automotive paint be better and could i paint a expanison chamber and the ASA or is some special baked paint on it  so co2 wont leak out or somthing 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote A5 dude15 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 July 2004 at 11:08am
it might be easier to go to your local shop and give em like 10 bucks and tell them how u want it and let them paint it.
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^^ yes, it might be easier, but with just a tiny bit of research, hockeypntbllr can learn how to paint it on his own.

Anyways, either regular spray paint or automotive paint will work fine as long as it is quality paint.

this might help you out.
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i wouldnt suggest using regular spray paint. but automotive paint works great.
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i used regular spray paint on my gun and it turned out great! all u have do remember is to go back and forth over ur gun and spray LIGHTLY first and if u want to, go a little heavier later. also remember to not spray anything in youre gun that would affect it's preformence like inside the chamber where the bolt travels, tape it off or something to protect it.
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Depending on how you want to paint your gun get good paint.Best way to paint it is to hang the gun by wire so you can rotate it and dont have to worry about setting it down when you are done. Make sure you let it dry for about 2 days the paint needs to harden even after it has dried.   



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