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14 minutes ago, Zeke said:

Makita 

Makita Teal Blue Color Values

Pantone  321 C
RGB  0 140 149
CMYK  96 3 35 12
Flat or satin lacquer should do the job.
 
There's a guy on e-bay selling Makita white die cut vinyl decals.
 
 

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2 hours ago, Scorpio64 said:

Makita Teal Blue Color Values

Pantone  321 C
RGB  0 140 149
CMYK  96 3 35 12
Flat or satin lacquer should do the job.
 
There's a guy on e-bay selling Makita white die cut vinyl decals.
 
 

I mean Milwaukee 

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1 hour ago, Zeke said:

@Downtownv and @TOMMY R I use the brothers p touch label maker hooked to my laptop. I’m going to get 1” glow n dark tape to put behind the labels.

Speaking of glow in dark, anyone tried the spray paint? I was considering using it on the inside of the lids.

Why not use led lights and a battery. Maybe wire an alarm. Or manufacture a locking device on each. :facepalm:

My small collection > 

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On 7/13/2019 at 10:40 AM, PK90 said:

How about OD Green?

I was thinking the same thing.. answer appears simple.. 

22 minutes ago, PK90 said:

Why not use led lights and a battery. Maybe wire an alarm. Or manufacture a locking device on each. :facepalm:

My small collection > 

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I mark mine with a white paint marker.... if I ever need to change it I can easily get it off there... never had too much luck with labels.. when I would transport the labels would get jacked up.. 

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3 minutes ago, Zeke said:

How do the get it to come out like the label?

 

are you serious? I used this stuff on my 308 AR.. its really flat.. and has been pretty durable considering its on a gun.. very easy to spray.. several really light coats.. dries fast.. 

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2 minutes ago, vladtepes said:

 

are you serious? I used this stuff on my 308 AR.. its really flat.. and has been pretty durable considering its on a gun.. very easy to spray.. several really light coats.. dries fast.. 

You don’t have to line the pattern up? It jus knows like AI?

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Just now, Zeke said:

Ya. Camo.

you can get stencils by the millions on eBay or amazon... one color down..then stencils.. next color down.. then stencils.. third color down.. etc.. wait till dry and carefully peel off stencil.. 

I didn't care too much about it being pretty.. I just wanted to break up the shape of the gun so I used various thickness string. 

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but same idea..

 

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7 minutes ago, fishnut said:

I was thinking the hammer metal stuff. But spraying it is too noisy.

2 minutes ago, vladtepes said:

you can get stencils by the millions on eBay or amazon... one color down..then stencils.. next color down.. then stencils.. third color down.. etc.. wait till dry and carefully peel off stencil.. 

I didn't care too much about it being pretty.. I just wanted to break up the shape of the gun so I used various thickness string. 

tara308.PNG

 

but same idea..

 

Wait! It doesn’t come out of the can Camo?

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