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    Default Diy Camo Dipping

    Thought some of you camo lovers might be interested in this new camo dipping kit - www.camodipkit.com - you can dip gun and bow parts at home now.

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    kits are on sale for $99

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    I'd rather leave it to the expert

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    I'd rather leave it to the expert

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    100% agree

    My friends at www.easternhydrographics.com do this & wow to do it right it takes some prep. time. It doesn't take much to mess it up

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    You're right Juan! I have all my rods dipped professionally that are going to be made into MeanV Suppressors and correct prep, base coat, etc. is the key. I also do custom dipping of accessories and bows. Just send everything in with my rods and get a better deal.

    I've tried 4 dippers but I am really pleased with the guy who is doing my dipping now. Plus he is super guy to deal with!

    Dan
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    Dealer for Slick Tricks, Vapor Trail Limb Driver & Strings, HHA sights, Viper Sights, etc.
    www.meanvarchery.com

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    i will agree if you try and save money on some things it will usually cost you more $ in the long run so i usually leave it to the pro's.
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