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blacklabel66
12-09-10, 16:58
I've tried searching google but since this process is called so many different things I was wondering if anyone here could help me. I'm looking for a local place that does this, specifically if they are able to do multicam. I'm looking in the Dallas, TX area. If anyone knows of a place around Mesquite, even better. I would prefer to not have to ship. Thanks

Militant83
12-09-10, 18:04
I dont know of any around you..but if you cant find anything around you ive used southern oregon hydroprint in the past and they are great people to work with and even offer a military and LEO discount.
www.sohydroprint.com

I have also seen a guy post on here that does it. Dont remember where he is from. But his work looks good as well. I think he has a post in the precision semi auto section.

Militant83
12-09-10, 18:25
Just found his thread if you want to take a look..

http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?t=68606

Wormydog1724
12-10-10, 09:16
Freedom Graphix in Ada, OK did mine and they do multicam.
FreedomGraphix.com

http://i416.photobucket.com/albums/pp247/wormydog1724/211b27a2.jpg

Other than a happy customer, I am in no way affialated with Freedom Graphix nor do I represent them.

cj5_dude
12-11-10, 20:18
It would require you to ship because they are in Durango, CO but look up Dip Shitz. I have no personal experience but looks good.

BlackWidow
12-14-10, 16:21
Would check out CRC Hydrographics. There is a thread in General I do believe. Just had some stuff done by them. www.crc2.net

I did the Reaper Black on some Magpul Furniture.

sudnit5
12-14-10, 19:31
How is the durability on the hydro dipping? I have heard that it comes off pretty easy and bug spray will eat the finish.

BlackWidow
12-14-10, 19:59
How is the durability on the hydro dipping? I have heard that it comes off pretty easy and bug spray will eat the finish.

Bug spray with deet will eat alot of plastics, not just finishes. I know they clear coat over top of the dip, so you have added durability. My pistol slide has zero wear on it.

Have not had any issues with the AR furniture yet, but it has not been through as much as my pistol. I expect it to hold up well.

blacklabel66
12-14-10, 22:06
Thanks for all the replies, I just found this place: http://www.dashdip.com/ , not too far from me. Anyone have any experience with them?

LonghunterCO
12-15-10, 07:49
Freedom Graphix in Ada, OK did mine and they do multicam.
FreedomGraphix.com

http://i416.photobucket.com/albums/pp247/wormydog1724/211b27a2.jpg

Other than a happy customer, I am in no way affialated with Freedom Graphix nor do I represent them.

That looks good. Which of their camo patterns is that?

Stephen_H
12-15-10, 11:59
I've used Freedom Graphix as well for a complete weapon and some other odds and ends like holsters. I too have been very happy with their work and their prices.

LWRCi M6A3 Multicam dipped by Freedom Graphix:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v342/stephen_101st/Gear/DSC04967.jpg

Wormydog1724
12-15-10, 12:49
That looks good. Which of their camo patterns is that?

I can't remember. Just a bush/dead grass pattern. Can't remember which #

condition 1
12-15-10, 19:11
Down around San Antone... San Antonio Hydro Grafix,
Rick McDonnell (210 932 9492) www.SAHydroGrafix.com