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    Been getting ito this water transfer printing

    After Trying to get this done locally and failed I thought What the hell buy yourself a tank and go for it Al! Here are some of my first results.

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    very cool , I've seen some really interesting transfers myself . I might give it a go ..............not the superman one though lol .

    AB

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    Quote Originally Posted by alberta boy View Post
    very cool , I've seen some really interesting transfers myself . I might give it a go ..............not the superman one though lol .

    AB
    Superman yes Im just using up the transfers that came with my tank! my 5 year old son thinks its cool though!

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    Hi Multiman,what is the durability like of these transfers?, Steve.
    (The Unspeakable In Pursuit Of The Uneatable.) " If I can help, I will help!." Former S.A.C.S. member!

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    Steve, part of the process involves clear coating with 2K lacquer so its very durable. If you look at rifles and shotguns that have been factory finished in real tree cammo.... Its like that.

    Carbon fibre printing is very popular with the car and motorcycle boys. parts include wheels, cam covers and turbo pipes.

    ATB Alun

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    multiman what would cost to do a stock ie I got an old tatty sxs shotgun that could do with the forend and stock tarted up just for a hoot [grade 5 lookalike perhaps]

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    Quote Originally Posted by d foxxer View Post
    multiman what would cost to do a stock ie I got an old tatty sxs shotgun that could do with the forend and stock tarted up just for a hoot [grade 5 lookalike perhaps]
    You wanna be pretender. Lol

    I had never heard of it before. Does it cost much?
    I can speak in-depth and with great knowledge about most subjects until some bugger who actually knows what he is speaking about opens his gob .

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Singing Stalker View Post
    You wanna be pretender. Lol

    I had never heard of it before. Does it cost much?
    lol yeah kike I pretend to shoot pigeon couldn't hit a barn door but frighten a good few of em lol

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    where did you get the stuff and how feller cost etc

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    Hi Guys to answer you question I bought a pro tank which is 2.5 x 1 M heated with a water circulating pump although im told you can do it in the bath LOL.
    If you want to get any stocks done I can offer you a service by post if you wish 65 including post back to you. You would need to send it to me first though.
    There are numerous different styles from carbon to animal prints and of course skulls flames and zombies!
    ATB Al

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