Doberman Knives: impressive job man! looks like digi from a distance
TehMiniVita: Gonna do this on my mates sig
Britt Bremer: Awesome!
Michigan GunGuy: Haha, great intro. Rifle came out good.
n1u2t3z4: Doing this, does it affect any of the moving or mechanical parts of the
weapon? Does it function just like it did before painting it?
sam weet: Very nice job very helpful video.
christopher gamble: I would have took off the sights pistol grip and diss-assemble everything
and paint one thing at a time so you don't miss anything I know the scope
base never got painted and it will eventually wear as a result I like your
skill with the spray paint u deff know what your doing nice even layers
Aussie Shooter: Awesome look good tips, also Happy New Year My Brother..
Sebastian Castillo: Damn dude that looks really good, practically professional, but what i
wanna know is at some point when the rifle over heats won't it just burn
and tarnish the paint?
KillerOptikzHD: Thats a beautiful result at the end.. Looks absolutely beautiful
Tqtrpiypuu: Be careful about spraying paint into plastic containers it can melt some
especially the cheap plastic drinking cups.
edfarttt: SUPERB !! Excellent introduction video for enemies of United States
Constitution and any possible invaders. You've been warned !!! Thank
you very much.
Michael Clerc: Verry nice job , looks great
georgeterro: Can u paint the grip?
Dayan Hernandez: will be doing this as soon as all my alpha black marker parts arrive. very
TheClassicV1: i love it !
Asaf Pardess: Do I need to remove the internal parts?
willey dok: It was just spray paint not duracoat, why is that, too expensive?
mrtimjitsu: awesome... i never understood people spending all that coin on an expensive
duracoat job for their rifle. i USE my rifle, dont want to worry about
ruining my pretty expensive paint job. theirs a reason why military and
contractors krylon their rifles, its easy quick and cheap.
Tyler Selby: Will spray painting a rifle not damage it?
xxnoshotxx64: What is your tan spray paint can?
WroobelChannel: Look's like crap.
neptunusmaris: Great intro!
Danny Bluck: How about the telescopic butt? Does the paint chip on the slide?
Titan Bell: First off how you started that video was the crap! Props man, then on top
of that all the videos I've watched on this subject this is by far the best
I've ever seen, not saying it came out looking better than every bodies but
the creativeness you put into it, too bad your not my heinie I'd pay you
too do what I am gonna have to do myself! Sure I can do it but I like
yours. Great job man
akgriffin: You sure look like you live in base housing. But nice job on the rifle,
will be doing mine like this i think.
Mike Baird: nice job looks real good thanks
Jacob Cob: Looks good dude. Trying to get some ideas to do my weapons and the sponge
is a good method I see. Great job.
Wazabi Sky: Best Gun camo tutorials I found! :DD
paschallhouston: Too cool want mine to look the same!
Typictwins: So this wont gum up the safety? of the adjustable stock? nothing gets in
Klayton Porter: Great turn out, maybe you should go more into depth on what not to paint
and key areas for taping it off? Nice though I am trying this on mine!
Dan Flores: Did you degrease your rifle first?
101UtahRaptor: haha camo your house
Moses Martinez: Good job! I was skeptical about the sponges at first, but that's one of the
dopest spray paint patterns I've seen on YouTube.
Quicksilva80: Great Video man..Thanks for the tips
Skyler Cowley: I hope anyone who owns an AR has used spray paint before. Lol
Anyways, that camo pattern is probably more effective than 90% out there.
The break up is great!
rigsby556: ive done many and a great tool is a bore snake. bought a 22 cal bore snake
(it will fit in any bore ) and tie a knot of 550 cord on the end so it
stays in the action. much easier to paint when hanging and it allows more
air flow for drying also.
Drumachine8332: that looks really cool
Ryan Konkin: That looks like it came out really really good. Going to be trying this
here within the next 2 weeks hope it turns out that good.
wcmayberry: Wow! Really nice look! Sorry if I steal it.
PitBoss2486: I kind of followed what you did but used black instead of green. I also did
more of a splatter instead of the digital look. To the point, following
your tips, my camo job came out amazing. People have already commented
liking it and can't believe it only cost 26 bucks. Thanks for the great vid
joseph khoueiry: i didnt like it , looks really ugly
ejormeo: How come you don't take it apart?
Bruno Rosa: This came out a lot better than I thought it would. Thanks for the vid. I'm
planning on using foliage stencils for the green and use the brush
technique you used for the brown.
Shawn Saunders: What sight/optic are you using. I've seen a few YouTube segments and have
seen the optic on a few guns. Thanks again.
OutONoWhere: Good video. I actually used this exact method to paint my rifle (and
helmet and mags lol). One thing I did different was I did not load up the
sponge with paint. This as well as rotating the sponge when applying it to
the surface create a more broken up and random pattern. I think your
pattern is great and to each their own.
Also for those that don't want the sheen of the matte clear coat, Krylon
makes a clear coat in flat. Now about painting the grip, you will find
that the wear on these paint jobs (done right) is very resilient. The
biggest areas where you will have wear is high friction areas. Your grip,
stock where the charging handle rides, the mag release and casing deflector
are all spots that show wear on my rifle. So if you are using a rattle can
to camo your rifle I would suggest just get a colored grip and nix the
painting of one. You will find that it wears the fastest and you will have
to repaint it every couple months of regular use to keep it looking decent.
The Rustoleum paint holds great to all parts of the weapon, metal and
Jack Brown: I love the intro, the paint job looks amazing!
plains1100: Nice joooob man
fiersoap icesoap: check this out for sniper rifles
how to make gun camouflage