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Last year I traded a CA M24 that I had for a TM M14. What I got was a box of parts that looked like the whole of the gun had been taken apart. I mean everything was in pieces. Well I gave the whole lot to a local gun tech to me that I know and trust to piece it back together and upgrade it to make it a sniper rifle.

This past Friday (3/23/12) I picked up this

(It was taken on my iPhone.)

I took it out to the field the and got a couple of kills but I need to work on my marksmanship.

Well today (Sunday) I took the it apart and painted the whole thing.




Only things I need to do it get myself a cheek riser and paint my mags so they aren't so... black. I also need to balance it. With the metal rail system and bi-pod it is very front heavy and that caused all my arm fatigue.

It shoots 515 FPS + or - 3. As I just got I haven't been able to zero it or anything yet.
 

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Thank you all for the comments. I wish the green wasn't so dark but I think it will be fine for the field I normally play at. My backyard is much more green then what my airsoft field is I think.

As a side note the front rail system has a bit of wobble to it so I might have to invest with a rail bridge to help decrease that minor issue.
 

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This looks great. I never woulda thought to do a camo pattern and then have a wood stock. I like it and it's unique.
Thank you. I figured that wood appears in nature so I could leave it alone. I know that it is a wood with a finish on it but still :p. Also I plan on getting a real wood stock for it and if I'm going to send that type of cash I'm not going to paint it.

Zero: Thank you. Thankfully I had extra parts that I could test my painting skills on.
 
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