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rubber coating on daystate stock

Discussion in 'Sales Graveyard' started by mmamonster, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. mmamonster

    mmamonster Very Active

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    does anyone know what type of paint they put on some of the daystate tacticle air guns?
    its like a black rubber finish over wood.
    does anyone know what its called or where it can be brought from ?
    i am going to get the sprayer at work to spray my stock i have once i can get some.
     
  2. gasman

    gasman I Don’t like it !

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    sure i saw something in B&Q when i did my stock on me s200 (well its the kids really)

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  3. mmamonster

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    Thanks. Will go there at weekend.
     
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    essex sniper Banned

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    Iv got a tactical stock on my ranger but I dont no what it is mate.but iv heard plasticoat is good
     
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    It's a big, black johnny.
     
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    It's a special coating over a beech Not walnut stock...
    A few people have tried repairing the delicate finish with plasticoat but the reality is usually a very obvious and not nice finish.
    I love the look and feel of the Panther or Mk4 Target as its now called but would never buy into the tactical stock because sadly they are just to delicate and a real b****r to repair ....
     
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    Seen some good finishes with Plastidip where a primer was used first.
     
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    I stripped my stock last week and applied some plastidip spray.
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    Not a bad job on thy mate, my wolf stock scratched within a few weeks so swapped the gun with daystate for a walnut finish.
     
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    I think the daystates are coated walnut....at least that's what they told me when I bought mine
     
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    Hi, do you know what type of primer is needed.
    Mart
     
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