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noticed on my old Masada wall poster that the fire control pictographs were color filled, and remembered seeing it on several POF-USA ARs -and liking it- so with more than a little caution I set down with my sqeeze type fine point markers and went to work would like to hear what you all think !!
 

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noticed on my old Masada wall poster that the fire control pictographs were color filled, and remembered seeing it on several POF-USA ARs -and liking it- so with more than a little caution I set down with my sqeeze type fine point markers and went to work would like to hear what you all think !!
Looks good, nice job. Now your making me think if I wanna do the same thing............I can see my brain is gunna cramp by the end of this process. :) :)
 

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nice what type of markers are those and do you make house calls?
the brand on the markers reads SUPER MET-AL squeeze action marker, part number on the red is #01326, if that helps , as far as house callsgo- I hear ya! I am not willing to send off any of my ACR for custom work -just yet! would not even know how to price a service like that anyway, but thanks for the kind words
 

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I think I have seen something similar done on a Sig556. If I remember correctly the guy used a crayon, not sure if he heated it till it melted or just rubbed it in there until it was flush.
 

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I have used both crayon and Brownells laquer stick on AR lower and my SIG 556 where its easier to wipe away the excess because the surronding area is very smooth , in this case with the texture of the poly lower I was afraid that if any color got on it would NEVER be completly removed! the control I was able to have with these squeeze pens made all the difference, for me anyway.
 
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