Here's one, for starters! This rifle features our 550 style barrel with our 550 style flash hider, 550/551 lower receiver, the 551 stock and pistol grip, PE90 handguards with bipod, SIG 30 rd magazine, our receiver pins and a SIG Sauer diopter sight.
I purchased this custom CGS 556 directly from you all and put a Burris Extreme Tactical 1-4X Scope with Fast Fire Red Dot on it. Since then I have shot two dozen feral hogs with it, as well as some coyotes and a bobcat! :wink:
This particular shot was three hogs with two shots at about 125 yards, didn't know I'd killed three until I walked up on them and saw another one DOA on the other side of the big one.....
Please tell Rayne thanks allot from me, it is one hell of a dynomite hunting rifle!!! 8)
I really like that paint. Any tips for painting a rifle? I'm going to be doing a Remington 700 soon... any tips on brand of paint? I don't want the finish to wear, so I might go have it professionally DC'ed. I'm very much a fan of that kind of stenciling that you've done... what did you use to get that effect?
nickg... I used Rust-Oleum Camouflage Ultra Flat. Green, Tan, Brown and Black. I got them at Autozone... of all places. HA!
PinkFloyd... Thanks! Well my first paint job ever was on my 98 custom paintball marker. I did it drunk outside of the barracks... It turned out really good.
My third job was my SIG. I havent fired it yet, with the paint, and I can't wait to show it off at the range.
I'm all for the worn look of the paint though, it adds to the camo effect. It also looks cool! I'm not sure how to fix that, cause I'm no paint expert. I know it can be done though. Also another thing I noticed it always smells like paint!
I took out the guts including the gas tube. taped up the ejection port and gas ports in the gas block. Covered it in green. Let it dry, then hit it with brown with evergreen branches as a stencile. Then I added tan lighlty with a piece of a mesh bag for the "aligator" look.