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warpig883
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(2/4/02 10:43:57 pm)
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I am sending off a synthetic stock and the bipod to get a snow camo paint job tomorrow. My question is.

Do you guys think there will be any adverse effects to getting the scope painted?


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TallTLynn
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(2/4/02 10:55:37 pm)
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warpig - I'm almost sorry I brought up the subject of scopes when you said you were getting everything camo'd.

I wouldn't think it would hurt but then again I virtually am at the beginning of the learning stage about scopes.

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(2/4/02 11:09:07 pm)
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The only adverse effect will be when you get it back and find out the painter made a mistake and painted it pink with little flowers.













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shooter22
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(2/4/02 11:14:49 pm)
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MIght depend if the paint(chemicals) has any effects on the seals or o-rings. also make sure that all movable parts still move like objective, power ring if not fixed power. Eye focus.
 
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