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    nice pink stag i might do this to the panther on my lr 308

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    Thanks for the info-I'm about to go try using some of my son's crayons and alcohol on cleaning patches to wipe away excess. If it works, I'll throw up a pic. If not, I'll clean it all off and then try again with the paint method.



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    Re: Painting the ar-15 selector marking and manufacturer's marks

    That's how it came out with crayon. The right side has a little reflection right in front of the white lettering from leftover wax. I'll get it cleaned up later. I may just paint it down the road so I can sharpen things up a little. I tried doing the logo but they messed up on the engraving so I couldn't get the color to hold evenly.

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    Good idea, thanks for posting.

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    I used acrylic paint pens and Goof Off to wipe off the excess. Very quick drying and the goof off took the excess right off. Don't try alcohol or acetone, won't work.

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    Re: Painting the ar-15 selector marking and manufacturer's marks

    Thanks for the tip!

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    Hey guys question on this.. I am looking at etching some raw lowers. .. would like to color in the etchings with different color than I paint the gun with... any ideas on how

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    I have always used China Markers.
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