Customizing My Shotgun: Two-Tone Mossy Oak Gun Wrap Upgrade
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I bought a gun wrap for a 20 ga my kids shot when they were younger, haven’t put it on yet. Gotta find the time when I have nothing else to do and I’m not in a hurry.
Looks great, how difficult to wrap it?
@Ricky Like I alluded to in the post, if you look too close you’ll find some wrinkles. The good news is they do not show on camo! Lol But this gun has TONS of contours - something with a “plain round” barrel will go much smoother.
@Ricky I definitely recommend watching the mossy oak or some kind of instructional videos on YouTube. And have a good amount of time (like you said) and a sharp exacto knife ready (I started with a full razor blade and it set me back a little bit).
@Amos Thanks for the info, really appreciate it. I’ll let you know how it turns out.
@Ricky sounds good!
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1 year ago
@Amos what brand did you get?
@PinBall mossy oak graphics 👍🏻
@Amos ok, thank you!
That does look pretty good. Idk if I’ll do it to my turkey gun/slug gun and barrels but seeing the pictures on here make me confident it.
@Joe the install was definitely a challenge for me, but I’m happy with the result.
@Amos I meant “consider it” in my previous comment but I think you deciphered that. The install does look like it has a certain “touch” to it, although I always like a challenge. I should have capitalized on the chance when I had Neighbor who started messing with powder coats and cetakote. He built a rather large oven and started coating / curing items. Mostly motorcycle parts but a few gun parts world have been super easy for him.
1 year ago
Looks great man @Amos
@Josh thank you sir!
@Joe I hear you there! Getting it coated is on the someday list! Lol
2 months ago
@Josh yes sir - here’s my gun with the Mossy Oak wrap!
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