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This is excellent- I love the tail cap! and it looks heavy!!

Nice work!

If you want it to look old theres a process you can do where you get a special type of black paint and rub it into the metal- then you wipe it off and it leaves an aged bronze look...

if you want to knwo more I can find out exactly how its done for you?
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This is excellent- I love the tail cap! and it looks heavy!!

Nice work!

If you want it to look old theres a process you can do where you get a special type of black paint and rub it into the metal- then you wipe it off and it leaves an aged bronze look...

if you want to knwo more I can find out exactly how its done for you?

Yes please more info would be great.


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[quote author=SMIDSY link=1211214201/96#97 date=1211743671]This is excellent- I love the tail cap! and it looks heavy!!

Nice work!

If you want it to look old theres a process you can do where you get a special type of black paint and rub it into the metal- then you wipe it off and it leaves an aged bronze look...

if you want to knwo more I can find out exactly how its done for you?

Yes please more info would be great.


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I did this once and it worked really well! its a long time ago though

anyways this it what it looks like (not a brill example but still) when its done:


you can imagine the effect when done well...

judging on your tail cap you're UK right?

If i remember right you had to plate the non conductive thing with a copper solution- then you essentially rubbed in an oxidizing agent and wiped off the excess

For brass which i think you are using it should be easier!
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[quote author=thejunkmonger link=1211214201/96#98 date=1211743767][quote author=SMIDSY link=1211214201/96#97 date=1211743671]This is excellent- I love the tail cap! and it looks heavy!!

Nice work!

If you want it to look old theres a process you can do where you get a special type of black paint and rub it into the metal- then you wipe it off and it leaves an aged bronze look...

if you want to knwo more I can find out exactly how its done for you?

Yes please more info would be great.


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I did this once and it worked really well! its a long time ago though

anyways this it what it looks like (not a brill example but still) when its done:


you can imagine the effect when done well...

judging on your tail cap you're UK right?

If i remember right you had to plate the non conductive thing with a copper solution- then you essentially rubbed in an oxidizing agent and wiped off the excess

For brass which i think you are using it should be easier![/quote]


Actually i'm in Italy need to find this oxidizing agent then or some way to make it at home

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it shouldn't be too hard to find- I know this process is used extensively on baby shoes (hence the picture lol)

I remember the oxidising thing its a liquid- then you rub it off and buff it and it leaves like the scratches in the metal darker causing the aging effect- it'll make your thing look great especially the letters!

Ill see if i can find out from my college that it was called....

actually I can tell you the letters woudl look fantastic after this process!

If you cant find the oxidizing agent- get one of the shoe bronzing kits and use it on the laser (i've never used the kits but I assume it'll be the same).

Also I've only done this on copper but I assume brass would be easier as it tarnished a better colour.
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I disagree... I dont like that idea- ammonia is nasty and difficult to obtain.

The method of the oxidiser is quick cheap and easy...
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Just telling you what we do in the trade......
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I still remember a time when i was told to "gently heat" an concentrated ammonia mixture... I put it into a roaring flame and it exploded all over my hands and work... not nice lol

I still think especially on brass the oxidisers the way to go...

though what would the ammonia and sawdust do?

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It oxidises the surface, turns it greenish black, then you buff it up.

We used to get our ammonia from drawing offices for nothing, they use a dilute form in diazo printers (blue print) as a developer.

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Got one of the set screws that hold the tailcap in place done today, now I need to do the other side.
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Cool Rog Those are 2 things I actually have at home thanks

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I'm thinking about changing the design of the optic assembly, instead of the head I have on it now I was thinking to embed the dx lens assembly inside the barrel and have a cutout so I can adjust the focus. What do you guys think? Keep the one i have now or embed the head in barrel with a cutout for focus. The reason I was thinking this was because when I focus it there will be a gap between the head and the barrel and I don't think it will look very nice.
I was thinking to focus it as best as I could and then press it to the right depth so the head would be flush with the barrel but that will be royal pain and also if I adjust it for a closer focal length it would still be away from the barrel.

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