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Hi guys!

Here are some of the Sniper Rifles I have painted, all of them using Krylon Camo Paint.

This is a 5 year gallery:



"Aged" A&K SVD. It was completely black. I have done an "aged and used" effect, and a fake wood paintjob.



Desert JG G36.



Desert Barret M82.



A-Tacs M4A1



Fleck Desert WE G39K



Fleck Desert JG G36K A1



Fleck Desert TM AWS L96



Desert TM AWS L96



Desert SW M24



Desert A&K Barret M99. Inspired on the "Shooter" movie.



US Woodland Well VSR-10.



Woodland TM AWS L96. Sorry by the "fireflys" (as we call these florescent paints on Barrel and Stock, in Portugal). They are mandatory by law, event if 50% of the players don't use them.



Woodland JG BAR-10.



Woodland JG BAR-10.


Desert A&K M24. Again, sorry by the stock and barrel paint (red in this one).



Flecktarn CA G3 SG-1.



Desert A&K L96



Desert A&K L96



Woodland STAR G36K A1



Snow TW M700 AICS. There the fireflies again!

Hope you enjoy!
 

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You are a master at that. Beautiful gallery and diverse styles. You have an eye for discreet and standard camos - which is a blessing when painting a rifle in my opinion..overdoing ruins it ;)

If we lived close you would have my M40A1 in less than you could read this post!
 

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Any chance of a brief tutorial as to how you did the flecktarn, especially the G3?
Yes, I can do one. But that is simple. You must paint all the gun in green, them apply a stencil to do the spots. I draw the spots on an A4 paper, them cut them off. Thats the stencil I used.

You are a master at that. Beautiful gallery and diverse styles. You have an eye for discreet and standard camos - which is a blessing when painting a rifle in my opinion..overdoing ruins it ;)

If we lived close you would have my M40A1 in less than you could read this post!
Tank you very much for you kind words! I do a lot of jobs to other players weapons, in Portugal. I never ask them money. Instead, I ask a can or two of paint, to get back what I use. Thats almost an hobby, inside an hobby!
 

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Just try on other objects before doing it on a gun. It's very easy, but you must try different uses of colors. Some people prefer more OD, some prefer more TAN, and some Brown.

If you don´t like the result, paint it over!
 
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