Originally Posted by Prometheus
Good tips. I figured I could just use painters tape to cover most of it (the stock and entire front are a nice black).
I'm not particularly comfortable taking the entire gun apart even though this would be the optimal way to paint a specific area.
Thanks for the suggestion on using the protective clear acrylic. I wish Krylon made a plastic camo grey but oh well.
But they do have this textured shimmer line
. Looks interesting.
Check canadian tire, where i got my (camo black) paint they had grey, tan, black, green, and a darker brown. 2 light coats few hours apart, no primer let sit for 7 days to harden. used for 2 clear plastic pistols turned out really nice.