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Here's my attempt at putting Camoclad on my shotgun for the upcoming season.
 

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It's like a tape, but they have the pieces pre-cut to the shape needed for the stock, receiver, back of the barrel and front of the barrel. There is some cutting and trimming involved.
 

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Gary, looks real good.:cheers: Don't set it up against a tree in the woods and walk off.:bangin: Some folks do this ya know?:bangin:

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Originally posted by JackJr
Gary, looks real good.:cheers: Don't set it up against a tree in the woods and walk off.:bangin: Some folks do this ya know?:bangin:

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I've heard more than one story like that !
 

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i have had camo clad on a shotgun that has seen two duck seasons and this is it's second turkey season. no problems with it staying on yet.:wave:
 

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Originally posted by chuck88
how well does it stick? I had some no-mar tape and it didnt want to stick real well and when you cut it..it left a white line where cut. and where did you get it at?
So far it's sticking pretty good. I had to make some relief cuts to go around some corners on the stock, but I made them ahead of time. Use light pressure when first putting it on so that if you need to readjust, you can peel it right off. It doesn't look like a camo gun you'd buy, but the turkeys won't be able to tell the difference.:D

I ordered it from Camoclad
 
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