Have you ever wanted to paint your AR-15, but didn't know how?   This instructable can help.  This is how I used spray paint to create a MultiCam camouflage pattern on my rifle. 
Note: this is NOT an Airsoft gun... this is the real deal. But this would work equally well on an Airsoft gun (I think)

Check out video of the finished product!

Step 1: Get the Supplies

For this project you will need:

-Painter's Tape
-Wax Paper
-Utility Knife
- Krylon Fusion River Rock
- Krylon Camouflage Brown
- Krylon Camouflage Olive
- Rustoleum Satin Nutmeg
- Krylon Fusion Satin Khaki
- Rustoleum Deep Forest Green
- Rustoleum Matte Clear Coat
-The Guts to put spray paint on your rifle.
<p>I've read this many times and what I don't understand is how do these &quot;stickers&quot; stay on the rifle and not blow away as soon as you start spray painting? This isn't double sided tape, just regular painters tape sandwiching a sheet of wax paper, so there is literally nothing to hold them in place as you paint. What am I missing here?</p>
<p>The wax paper is just the backing, basically. You peel the painter's tape off of the wax paper after cutting it. I guess you could use a single layer of tape on the wax paper, instead of sandwiching it, but that way you get two stencils with one cut.</p>
<p>I started with my P Mags just to get a feel for how to do this with perfection before I start on my AR 15, but I noticed when I laid my base coat that it came out very blotchy and you could still see large parts of black. It took at least 4 layers of this coat to look nice. Did this happen to you as well or did I do something wrong? I cleaned every mag off and made sure there was no grease.</p>
Great write-up, and the end result looks awesome. A friend recommended taking some 00 steel wool and going over the clear coat to give it a flatter finish if you want a little less shine.
Did u put the camo stickers on the gun itself before spraying on the kaki?
What optic do you have on there?
Its a Trijicon <a href="http://www.trijicon.com/na_en/products/product3.php?pid=TA11F" rel="nofollow">ACOG </a>TA11F

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