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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Buzz, that looks really good. Did you make your own template or overlay, or did you buy one of the pre-fabbed ones like Lauer Custom Weaponry sells?

Either way, you did a good job on it and I like the way it turned out.:cool:

I've been working on a challenging pattern that I've named desert snake sin (no I didn't misspell it--it's really hard to apply:lol:) to break up the outline a little better than solid colors while coyote hunting.





 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Buzz, that looks really good. Did you make your own template or overlay, or did you buy one of the pre-fabbed ones like Lauer Custom Weaponry sells?

Either way, you did a good job on it and I like the way it turned out.:cool:

I've been working on a challenging pattern that I've named desert snake sin (no I didn't misspell it--it's really hard to apply:lol:) to break up the outline a little better than solid colors while coyote hunting.





damn that looks beautiful!
 
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Looks good Bob.

I see your XD and raise you a Mossberg 500 ;-)



PS, the furniture has been swapped out now and I'm thinking about selling them.
 
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I personally like the freehand when I can. I am not opposed to templates, as a matter of fact I am working on one right now, that I hope to be staggering. However, my go to pattern, I call... Desert Tiger. Seriously, LOL, I named it that, and I have simply figured out how to do it using no templates frisket or anything? Stay tuned, I will have some new stuff in a day or so. Its being primed and surfaced right now.. Thanks, Glad you guys like them. Buzz

http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m167/mbauer_2006/018.jpg
http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m167/mbauer_2006/017.jpg
 
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