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    Picture of Carbon Fibre pattern on custom rifle stock

    Recently did this Wildcat custom stock in a carbon fibre pattern and wanted to share it with you. As always, I am interested in hearing your comments and feedback.



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    Ouch..........My eyes hurt now ......

    sorry, kinda not to my tastes but if you like it, who cares what I think.

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    i dont like the colour (i guess to every one it's one) but the dipping job looks great!

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    I like it, but I would like it more if it was darker, not so bright, but all in all looks nifty.

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    Here are a couple of pictures of the rifle put together




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    supper cool love it
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    wow incredible job.hard to work with?

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    Looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newf344 View Post
    wow incredible job.hard to work with?
    Thank you Newf344, we do a lot of firearms so you get pretty good at it after a few years. It is always easier to work with quality material and this was a Wildcat custom stock which I find are great to work with.

    The most important aspect of any type of coating is adherence to the substrate. It does not matter how pretty it looks if it does not stick it sucks. We perform an adhesion test on every project we do as part of our QC process. Our system from initial degreasing to final top coat is designed to work together to provide the best quality finish we can achieve. I am glad you like it.

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