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    Hydro Dipped

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    I got my 7mm in Skullz and my 338 Ultra Mag in Prairie Ghost Hydro Dipped. I got them back today and they turned out great. I had them done at Hogg Skinz here in Reno. Check out their web site at Hoggskinz.com, if you are interested contact Dave.

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    Oh and normally Dave charges $90 per stock. This month only he is trying to bring in some more business and get his name out there so he dipping stocks for $75! I'm dropping off a couple more this week. I'll post the pics.

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    That looks awesome IKIC, i'm really like'n the Prairie Ghost. $75.00 a stock is a smoke'n deal, may have to make a run to Reno.

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    They look good, pretty cool
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    This is a doe Antelope skull my daughter killed Dave dipped last week.

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    all looks great ikic! I am definitely going to hook my daughter up with a skull like that! It turned out nice!

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    They look great, looks like he does a great job!
    Shoot STR8

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    that looks pretty cool. Will they take rifles from out of state???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    that looks pretty cool. Will they take rifles from out of state???
    Yes they will

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    Anyone know how the dipped finishes compare to a ceracote or duracote finish? Probably can't expect a dipped product to compare to a paint/epoxy finish but maybe you could have one dipped multiple times for the price of one of the high end paint jobs.

 

 

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