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BSA Meteor MK4 .22 UPDATED on 03/03/2011

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Can you spray direct onto wood or metal with plastidip?

 

hi buddy

i would say yes,as long as you take the right preparation,by sanding down and de-greasing :thumbs:

then it should be OK for a primer coat :thumbs:

 

regards

 

davy

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Davy??? Do you do cars???? :laugh:

 

Looking good, mate :thumbs:

 

 

what rob them?

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No messin' about with you Davy eh? Lol. Looking excellent. Lookin forward to pics of it all in one once you have finished

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No messin' about with you Davy eh? Lol. Looking excellent. Lookin forward to pics of it all in one once you have finished

 

 

hi John

thanks buddy,it shouldn't be long now buddy :thumbs:

if i get the other parts by Saturday :whistling:

 

regards

 

Davy

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Can you spray direct onto wood or metal with plastidip?

 

 

i have the feeling you can. plastidip have their own website so you can check out the stuff for yourself. i think you can even get the rubberised grippy stuff in greens and browns if you wanna camo-plasti-dip your stuff

 

 

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Awesome refurb mate.

I used the Plastilote BBQ paint on the Relum not the black enamel

 

Darryl

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Awesome refurb mate.

I used the Plastilote BBQ paint on the Relum not the black enamel

 

Darryl

 

 

hi Darryl

why did you use the BBQ paint?

is it stronger?

i couldn't find it! :doh:

 

regards

 

davy

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My dads got hold of a meteor for me :) one of his mates had it for years went and had a new spring put in it to bring it up too legal limit and after two times out in the field it won't cock ? He gave it to me dad last night and before I even got to see it its in a gunsmiths being fixed now :) :) will post some pics when it gets here

 

Atb Ross

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hi davy, that looks like you've done a cracking job buddy, what a transformation mate, well done indeed. dunno if you remember last year i was having a look at a meteor for a pal of mine, we gave up in the end cos he decided to buy his boy a new rifle instead, but i can safely say i would've done a vastly inferior job by comparison :notworthy:

 

nice work indeed sir

 

cheers, wurz

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hows the meteor coming along now davy?

 

 

hi john

hows you? hope your fine!

i have a set back on the meteor,with the paint i applied its a bit sticky to touch when dry,so i am going to re-spray it with some hammerite high heat paint! similar to the BBQ paint Darryl was on about ,but a bit more expensive!

 

but the stock is all finished and butt pad too!

 

here is the pics

 

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i have another meteor to do now its a MK2 :thumbs:

 

regards

 

davy

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hows the meteor coming along now davy?

 

 

hi john

hows you? hope your fine!

i have a set back on the meteor,with the paint i applied its a bit sticky to touch when dry,so i am going to re-spray it with some hammerite high heat paint! similar to the BBQ paint Darryl was on about ,but a bit more expensive!

 

but the stock is all finished and butt pad too!

 

here is the pics

 

IMG_0265.jpg

 

IMG_0266.jpg

 

IMG_0268.jpg

 

IMG_0267.jpg

 

 

i have another meteor to do now its a MK2 :thumbs:

 

regards

 

davy

 

yeh davy im fine mate cheers. stock looks good, a world away from what it looked like when i send it to you :thumbs:

 

ive bought an old beech stock for my prosport that was a bit scratched etc, currently stripping the varnish with nitromors then going to sand it and paint it with that plasti-dip stuff, hoping for a tactical look when its finished. this is my first go at anything like this so hoping it turns out okay

 

cheers

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hi john

thanks buddy

good luck with the stock!

 

TIP!!

dont rush it and read the drying times :thumbs:

and put a pic up when its finished

 

regards

 

davy

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