November 25, 2007 at 2:26pm
When I use to duck hunt alot had same problem but I solved it quickly. Wipe gun down with denatured alcohol and then warm it with blow dryer. Next spray thin coat of krylon red oxide primer on whole gun. Let dry for about an hour. Pick up various leaves, sticks, ferns around the yard. Buy camo paint from walmart, they have green, brown, khaki and flat black. Depends on what color you want to be most dominant spray that color on whole gun first without leaves and branches. Then hold leaf and spray over leaves and branches in random patterns and colors. If you screw up let dry and lightly scuff with scotch brite just to reduce pattern lines and do again. Guns come out excellent and can be done in less than an hour of work and most people think you purchased it that way. Holds up for years duckhunting. Good thing if you mess it up you can quickly fix it. Comes out awesome and cost less than $20 and you have enough to do about 3 guns.