Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

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Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby gunvider on Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:14 pm

Many might see gun camo as a non essential.
You might want to rethink about that if you hunt.
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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby mickyh7 on Wed May 19, 2010 8:51 pm

What a Naff video ! It all looked very rubbish to me.I'll bet Jack Pyke aren't sponsoring this one ?
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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby marinos.a on Thu May 20, 2010 10:39 am

i always camo my gun when hunting. Jack Pyke tape is not an on and off camo solution. You can only re-use it for a couple on times and it does leave non-permanent stain on the gun.

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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby gunvider on Mon May 24, 2010 10:18 am

mickyh7 wrote:What a Naff video ! It all looked very rubbish to me.I'll bet Jack Pyke aren't sponsoring this one ?

Fair comment & no he's not.
I'm also no expert but it does show something hunters should be aware of.
Therefore I have contributed to helping others.
That also is a fair comment.
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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby gunvider on Mon May 24, 2010 10:26 am

marinos.a wrote:i always camo my gun when hunting. Jack Pyke tape is not an on and off camo solution. You can only re-use it for a couple on times and it does leave non-permanent stain on the gun.

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Nice rifle, good camo job.
I like the JP wrap, easy to use, I can throw it on & take off easy & I havn't found any residue yet, are you thinking of the NoMar stuff ?
I use it on several shotties, several air rifles & several rimfires.
Custom made doesn't fit other guns & depending on what I'm useing, how & where.
Hunting, clay, targets, day, dusk / dawn or night time lamping.
A roll or two, severall guns of different size & shape, all are covered, no mess & simple.
Show me a better alternitive & my roll of JP wil gather dust.
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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby mickyh7 on Mon May 24, 2010 11:58 am

marinos.a wrote:i always camo my gun when hunting. Jack Pyke tape is not an on and off camo solution. You can only re-use it for a couple on times and it does leave non-permanent stain on the gun.

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Now that's a good example to show people ! A good professional job there.
Not like the video. That looked like an 11 year old scout trying to get his first aid badge !!! (after a bottle of woodpecker Cider) !
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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby gunvider on Tue May 25, 2010 12:33 am

mickyh7 wrote:
marinos.a wrote:i always camo my gun when hunting. Jack Pyke tape is not an on and off camo solution. You can only re-use it for a couple on times and it does leave non-permanent stain on the gun.

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Now that's a good example to show people ! A good professional job there.
Not like the video. That looked like an 11 year old scout trying to get his first aid badge !!! (after a bottle of woodpecker Cider) !

Quiter right about good example.
Bit quick to take the pi$$ out of other posters though ???
Not very friendly is it.
Could you not instead make a comment that might actually suggest an improvement, Ie you know better, you do better & you can show or tell how to do better.
Ity's all verry well comneing on here & within a few posts become arrogant to established members who contribute, a few posts I hasten to add asking for advice.
Rergardless of whether the video is any good or not, it is a post that contributes to others, experianced or newbies.
I have no problem if the video is thought of as rubbish, as long ass someone can say why & by example, verbaly or visually show me better.
I am quite happy to improve so what have you done to show me you know & can do better.
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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby mickyh7 on Tue May 25, 2010 3:39 pm

Fair comment ! Sorry to all I offended.
Best Regards - Mick.
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Re: Shiney shiny, don't do it !!!

Postby gunvider on Thu May 27, 2010 12:31 pm

mickyh7 wrote:Fair comment ! Sorry to all I offended.
Best Regards - Mick.

No offence taken Mick.
None at all.
Camo guns might fall into two camps.
Nice & neat, looks like it was dragged through a hedge backwards.
Each to there own.
The thing is, as with any topic, ideas can be tossed into the pot, some good & some bad.
Some you like, some you don't.
Each to their own & if anything encourages an "i done it my way" improvement we all are a winner at some stage.
If something is rubbish please say so, it can then be improved.
Talking about the video, the aim was to give the basic idea, the starter for you'r own input.
Some will end up with a work of art, some will throw an old shirt around the gun tied up with boot laces.
Both are rubbish if It's not your own thing.
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