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    Posted: 05 August 2004 at 2:38pm
Ok this is sort of a dumb question and please dont flame but I was painting the drop on my gun and I have a good 3 coats on it. I'v been spraying at the same distance everytime but I accidently sprayed it when i was really close to it. Its drying right now and when I sprayed real close there was like a blotch of paint on it like it had more paint in this one spot then all the others. Will it all dry the same or will this one spot look different then the others.
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A run? Yeah probably. If so just sand it down afterwards and re-spray it.
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just color sand it. Get some really reaslly fine sand paper and sand it with water on the drop

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you need to sand like mad, but i wouldent reccomend trying to paint your gun. if you screw up, you can ruin it
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Yeah. Painting them can be bad.
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Originally posted by PaintbalSoldier PaintbalSoldier wrote:

you need to sand like mad, but i wouldent reccomend trying to paint your gun. if you screw up, you can ruin it


I painted mine fine. If you take all the right precautions, the worst that can happen is you have to re-strip the paint and try again.
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