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Sep 23, 2012 23:23 |  #1381

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Sep 23, 2012 23:28 |  #1382

Freakdaddy wrote in post #15031028 (external link)
A couple I did for a local gunshop that builds AR style rifles that offers an entire line of Zombie Slayer rifles and accessories. Diamondback makes the pistols then the shop dips them in this Zombie pattern.
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Dipped?? Those are sweet!!


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Sep 23, 2012 23:55 |  #1383

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Sep 24, 2012 09:21 as a reply to  @ Timsxsi's post |  #1384

Dipped??

It's Hydrographics also know as Water Transfer Printing. It's used a lot in the Marine and Automotive sector as well as sporting goods such as your camo guns, bows and even ATVs. The piece to be dipped is painted almost any color desired but some colors work better with certain patterns. The types of paint varies depending on what the purpose of the piece is and it could be anything from automobile high temperature paint to regular household paint. The pattern is placed in a tank of water that's at a certain temperature then it is sprayed with an activator that either dissolves or releases the film from the pattern, can't remember which. The piece is then dipped and the pattern adhears to it then it is rinsed to remove any residue. A poly coat to seal it (once again depending on the purpose dictates the topcoat) and it's ready to roll. It's really a very cool process with unlimited options. There are all kinds of patterns available and almost anything can be dipped in a wide segment so you're only limited by your imagination.

This is a quick vid that shows the basics of the process.
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Sep 24, 2012 09:26 as a reply to  @ Freakdaddy's post |  #1385

Here's a dipped AR in a skull pattern. Black Dawn is the name of the gun shop that builds the AR's and does Hydrographics as well.

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Sep 24, 2012 09:45 as a reply to  @ Freakdaddy's post |  #1386

This is a SOCOM 16 they did in a snake pattern. On this one, they painted the underside a lighter color to represent a snake's belly. Kind of gives you an idea of the flexibility you have with this process.

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Sep 24, 2012 11:56 |  #1387

Digging the last gun


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Sep 24, 2012 13:51 as a reply to  @ OneJZsupra's post |  #1388

That's bad ***. Thanks Freakdaddy for posting those pictures


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Sep 24, 2012 18:42 as a reply to  @ IQ Zero's post |  #1389

^^ More than welcome!




  
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Sep 24, 2012 18:48 as a reply to  @ Freakdaddy's post |  #1390

This is their Zombie Slayer in gray.

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Sep 24, 2012 18:52 as a reply to  @ Freakdaddy's post |  #1391

And their Zombie Slayer in green.

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Sep 24, 2012 19:10 as a reply to  @ Freakdaddy's post |  #1392

I never thought a gun could be "fun" to look at...well there ya go.

I bet they could sell a lot more of these if more people just knew about them.


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Sep 24, 2012 19:58 |  #1393

Sweet going to share those pics on a local gun forum... Wonder if there is a local place that does that


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Sep 28, 2012 00:26 |  #1394

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Sep 28, 2012 07:10 |  #1395

Freakdaddy wrote in post #15032782 (external link)
Thanks! I actually used wooden bobbins like what is used to wrap thread around. The way the baseplate on the magazine is designed on the 9mm versions allowed the gun to balance perfectly but it was still like building a house of cards LOL!

what kind of light gear or flash did you use? i really dig your photos


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