Step 2: Apply Tape

You should now remove the magazine and other parts that you would not like to paint. If you cannot remove a part, apply masking tape to cover it.
MAKE SURE TO TAPE THE ORANGE TIP OF YOUR GUN! It is against the law not to have an orange tip.
Carefully cut around the edges of the tape in order to create a nice edge. Be sure not to cut towards yourself incase your knife slips. Once you have finished taping, you can move outside with your spray paint.
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Here are some pictures.... So sorry for the three posts.... Hope I didn't annoy anyone.
Is this your results or did you do this on your own? <br>
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Hey, You can remove the grips from the Crosman pistols, Inside of the magazine well there a tabs that you can press with a screw driver or something else that is long enough and sturdy enough, And the grips should pop off
You did a good job with these. Good luck in the contest!<br><br>If you do a lot of spray painting on objects like these, you might think about making or using some kind of rack instead of the box. I also use a box for some things, but for guns and other objects where 360 degree coverage is essential, I know some people use a cookie rack. Personally, I used chicken wire. There is less surface area for any runoff to stick too, and it's easier to get all around the object.<br><br>Thought you'd be interested in that.
thanks for the advice i think i will next time
The gold one looks great. Plus I'm glad to see that you left the orange tip. Some people would have painted it too, setting them up for trouble when someone (police, conceal carry permit holders, etc) can't tell its an air soft.
thanks im glad you like the gold one <br>
Wouldn't it be easier to just remove the grips? 'm not entirely sure but it seems a bit easier.
i did remove the grip from the gold one but the other two had non-removable grips