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Old June 3rd, 2010, 03:29 PM #1
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thats one helluva forward grip.
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is that a hatchet on top for when you run out of ammo? I kinda like the brick patterned one on the bottom.
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That's an ECR(Evil Colorful Rifle).
With that tomahawk on top and the 1911 on the bottom what more do you need?!
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Hrm, how did they paint the weapons those various colors? Some sort of powder-coating? I assume that couldn't be done with just the materials I have at home.

I wouldn't mind if the AR-15 I'm going to put together from the lower group buy were completely pink. Flaming neon pink.
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Is that real or toy? The one below certainly looks toy.
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The one below certainly looks toy.

It's def real. You can see the rifling in the barrel.
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Hrm, how did they paint the weapons those various colors? Some sort of powder-coating? I assume that couldn't be done with just the materials I have at home.

I wouldn't mind if the AR-15 I'm going to put together from the lower group buy were completely pink. Flaming neon pink.
Duracoat, its a spray on paint... for guns.

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