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Thread: Help me decide my anno!!

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    Help me decide my anno!!

    Ok, part of the reason I put this mag together was to test out this new anno guy here local. I'm trading him a marker for some work. I really want him to do my ule emag, but I would like to see how he does on something I'm a little less attached to.So I'm thinking of having him anno all the aluminum parts of this mini mag. I'm thinking of putting together a poll so AO can decide the color, I would like to do some matte anno (single color). Post some pics of anno jobs you guys like that fits this simple category and I will pick the top five and see if I can get a poll together.
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    keep how it is.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    yellow

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    splash anno

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    AFAIK, the body can't be annoded because it is steel(or stainless steel) and not aluminium. so the body and the valve can not be annoded. the barrel, rail, frame and foregrips can be. that should limit your choices, since they would be accented to the body.

    now, the best way to go is look at what some people have done already, and see what you like and go from there. PM the owners and see what that anno cost them, IF they themselves where the one to get the gun annoded.

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    Blue base on all the aluminum parts, with silver and black drizzle splash!

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    There's also powder coating for the body or the whole marker. A black yellow splash with a bit of silver would be cool.


    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...er-Refinishing

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    You can't splash with a powder coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobo_fuerte View Post
    There's also powder coating for the body or the whole marker. A black yellow splash with a bit of silver would be cool.


    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...er-Refinishing

    I change my vote to white. Go Storm Trooper.

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    Chose colors you like and give caustic free range

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syko89 View Post
    Chose colors you like and give caustic free range
    Can't go wrong with this advice, imho

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    Quote Originally Posted by lobo_fuerte View Post
    There's also powder coating for the body or the whole marker. A black yellow splash with a bit of silver would be cool.


    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...er-Refinishing
    Thank you for suggesting me

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    You can't splash with a powder coat.
    False, you can infact splash powder coating, I just prefer not to do it as it is messy.

    This is more of a splatter, but that was the request. Oh on top of it being a splash/splatter, I also powder coated a rotor while I did it.




    Quote Originally Posted by djinnform View Post
    I change my vote to white. Go Storm Trooper.

    Can never go wrong with white
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrecisionPowder View Post
    Can never go wrong with white
    unless you wanted black…haha…just kidding! nice work on the rotor!!!

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