CamoDipKit.com Review and Questions

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  1. Landon II

    Landon II Weekend Warrior

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    Will this work on gun stocks with the rubberized coating like my Browning X-bolt? I would think it would be similar to the 'in velvet' coating on Bow Tech and Diamond bows.
     
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    Yes it would work well on that surface...
     
  3. CamoDipKit

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    Did you ever try it out?
     
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    Maybe you could share their PMs with us so we aren't asking you redundant questions?
     
  5. Heckler

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    Never mind. I see this post was brought back from the grave.
     
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    Anyone else....?
     
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    These guys offer the best camo dip kit on the market...
     
  8. CamoDipKit

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    thanks - we have more new camo dip patterns coming soon....
     
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    Question as far as realtree ap black.
    I see that it's never listed anywhere so is it possible to get something close by just dipping something black.
     
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    Yes there are some ways to get that look. Give us a call at 434-229-8468 if you have specific questions.
     
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    A little late to the party.
     
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    we used your realtree camo dip kit last week and it worked great.
     
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    Let's see some pics of finished products after dipping.
     
  14. CamoDipKit

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    Here are a few good ones.
     

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    Anyone else?
     
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    anyone....
     
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    I imagine the video may include this but how or what do you use to cover areas of something you don't want the coating on? Like a bow sight for instance when you don't want the sight pins coated but are too difficult to remove. Taping would be the first thing that comes to mind but wondering if you have a better solution.
     
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    Yes masking tape is the best option. Just tape over things you do not want to camo an remove tape when you are done
     
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