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    How to girlify an ammo can.

    So I acquired an ammo can recently and told the wife about it while she was visiting her family in Michigan. I told her I was going to prime and paint it some form of camo. The next words out of her mouth were a surprise:

    "Pink!"
    "Excuse me?"
    "Paint it pink!"
    "You are out of your fucking mind, woman."

    I played it off and went out and got some primer, gloss and three shades of pink/red. Sanded it down a bit, primered it and this is the result.






    The look on her face when she came home was priceless.

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    lol very cool
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    Awesome.

    I should paint mine blue/black to match my car.

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    interesting

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    Not sure I like the digital camo ...But it looks good ....It be bitchin to use an ammo can as a battery relocation case

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan92RTTT View Post
    Awesome.

    I should paint mine blue/black to match my car.
    Not a bad idea Alan, I have one of these cans also.

    Very nice Jeff!

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    She wants to shoot rounds of ammunition in style!!
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    How did you go about painting the digital camo? Did you have a stencil for it or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 92RT-TT View Post
    How did you go about painting the digital camo? Did you have a stencil for it or something?
    Yes, it was a stencil I simply googled digital camo stencil, found one and printed it out on heavy card stock paper and spent about 2 hours cutting it out. Lay down one color, let dry, rotate stencil 90 degrees and make sure to overlap the patterns a bit.

    Simple

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