If you really want a cheap spray paint job, go for it.
But if you want a custom, precise, professional, inexpensive, and durable look, go with us.
We can paint any camo accurately, to the point that your gun will not only blend into your surroundings, but also the BDU's you're wearing.
Our company creates custom stencils and precisely cuts out any design of our choice. We can also create almost any design and original camo using our graphic knowledge base. (all our camo stencils were custom made by yours truly... and it was grueling work...) We spent hundreds of hours developing each design we do, which is why they are 100% original, 100% flawless, and 100% accurate.
We cut camo stencils that is the actual size you see in real camo (or into a smaller design or into a larger design... etc). That's really hard to do with a razor blade.
We use automotive paint that would be exceedingly expensive to buy and match for one paint job because of the quantities you have to buy it in. They also have dangerous chemicals that need to be handled in a certain way on different materials, we have the training to do that correctly.
An airbrush is used to apply the paint evenly. A lot of the work we do is a mixture of free-hand airbrush techniques and stencils. It is impossible to get the results we get with an airbrush on designs such as multicam, A-TACS, ETC. using spray paint.
We also use degreasers, sealers, adhesive promoters, heat guns, ETC that increase the durability of our paint jobs beyond any other paint service.
Lastly, we have a dust-free paint booth that assures a flawless finish.
Simply put, it would be difficult, time-consuming, and expensive to attempt to get these results. In fact, it's flat out impossible to do a what we do without our equipment, training, and practice.
If you want duracoat, we will duracoat for an increase price rate on
We paint with automotive paint, which is obviously more weather and time resistant then spray paint. But that isn't the only thing that makes our finishes durable. Each gun is degreased, sanded, primered, sanded again, and then painted. Then each gun is cleared with a flat automotive paint, which increases durability more and elimates shine.
Our refinishing is more durable then hydrographics or water-transfers. This is because those businesses apply a flat automotive clear to make their refinishing durable. But our paint was designed for this, so it chemically bonds to the clear coat, eliminating the possibility of the clear coat cracking or chipping over time.
It is important to realize that it is still paint and if your gun hits a sharp edge it will come off. Don't expect our paint to be any more durable then a factory finish. But with proper handling our paint refinishes will have a long life. For a small fee we will include a jar of paint that you can retouch with, using a paint brush, if it ever does scratch or chip.
Prices were decided knowing that we've spent thousands of dollars on equipment and supplies; and that we spend several hours prepping, painting, and finishing each gun. Even though we buy our paint and other supplies in bulk, that doesn't make them "cheap;" they are high quality and it costs us money to paint every gun.
If you want a "cheap" paint job, paint your gun yourself.
We can't get the paint we buy in small quanities, so to get a custom paint in stock (we have all camo paints in stock, just not "bright" colors, such as purple, orange, etc.) we have to charge a custom color fee. It's a one time $25 fee per color (if you have multiple guns painted or guns painted the same color in the future the fee is waived)
We charge this fee because we will most likely never use the rest of the paint we purchase for your service and we would lose money on most "custom color" orders otherwise. We do have some colors in stock, so send us an email if you're interested in getting a custom bright camo done but don't want to pay this fee, you may not have too.
Yes. We can paint almost any logo, symbol, or other art on a gun. There is a one time design fee to turn your logo into something that can be painted on the gun, but that same logo can than be used to make stickers, car decals, patches, hats, shirts, and more. And once again it is a ONE TIME fee, so after the logo is made we do not charge for it to be made for other guns and stuff (because that would be retarded...) **It doesn't have to be a logo, it can be a flame, an American flag, a kitty kat, anything you won't for a very small fee (Usually $5-$10). If you're don't want your gun painted but do want a custom trade we can make you a custom decal to apply to your gun. Decals can be cut precisely into any design and we ship them to you directly so you can apply them yourself (you don't need to ship us your gun at all).
If it has a hard surface, we can paint it. So yes, we paint masks, holsters, and other gear too. And if you want you're gear and/or pistol painted the same pattern as you're rifle, it's 50% off the gear/pistol paint service. (Find our more about pricing here.
We can also paint really custom masks, such as Jason masks, spiderman masks, etc.
Yes, we will paint real firearms, but you are responsible for disassembly and preparation. We do not use duracoat because the main difference between it and automotive paint is that it can withstand temperatures over 500 degrees, while our paint cannot. (So to keep down prices we use automotive paint, as airsoft guns don't reach those temperatures). Therefore we won't paint the barrel of real firearms.
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No. Before doing any work on a gun it is disassembled and all moving parts are removed and kept in a safe place. (You can do this yourself, but it's free if you don't know how to do it.) Then certain areas of the gun are taped off from the inside to assure paint won't get anywhere it's not supposed to. Lastly, we have tested our paint on a large variety of plastics and gun parts, it has never "melted" or caused anything to deform. We are confident it won't harm your gun.