New paint job on TM VSR10
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    Default New paint job on TM VSR10

    Hey guys! Just wanted to share a couple pics of the paint I put on my rifle earlier this week.
    It was a new method I have been wanting to try and I think it worked out great!

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    Let me know what you guys think!

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    Great paint job. It looks like it would work in many different types of weather.

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    How did you go about doing that? What did you use?
    Take a look at the Objective Box! Check out my airsoft videos on YouTube!

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    I actually got the idea from the YouTube channel, caferacing, that you told me about Tye.

    He has a great tutorial video on how to paint a rifle, and that's what inspired me to do it
    like this.

    I went to Walmart and picked up some Rustoleum camo paint in tan, dark green, and brown.
    In the video he uses some long grass, but seeing as how its winter and all the grass is dead
    around here, I used some straw grass (almost like dry hay). Just take a zip tie and gather
    some together, then use scissors to cut of a good sized clump. Hold that on the rifle and
    LIGHTLY dust it on the rifle (from a distance) starting with tan, and working your way to the
    brown. Anywhere that seems light, darken it up. Anywhere that seems dark, lighten it up.

    Just keep going for a couple layers until you see fit, then throw a couple coats of clear coat on,
    and you are good to go. Super simple, and when it starts to wear, just throw another layer on.

    Here's a link to the video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXQeaEwmeFs

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    Default New paint job on TM VSR10

    actually I was kinda hoping for really cool guns that the more advanced spudders like mr.plow and dr made in their earlier years. im not really looking for new firing ideas but new designs

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