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Weathering replica firearms

Article about: Hey guys,Ive purchased some denix replicas to go with mannequins I have but don't know how to weather them to get the older look..are there any books or good videos giving you reliable guide

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    Im going to go another step further as well and buy an original buttplate and bore the cavity so I can carry a cleaning kit as well

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    Fantastic work, clip and round looks great.

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    For aging wood a movie prop guy told me to mix vinegar , hot water , steel wool ,and tea bags . Leave it for a couple days and use . It dries darker then it first appears , works really well on new rough cut lumber .
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    Thanks for that CBH,ive already used the boot polish though..does a good job on denix coloured woodwork...greatwhite the colour paint I coated the garand in looks quite close to the parkerised colour of your deac don't you think?

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    yes,, what is it exactly

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    Its dupli-color cast coat iron

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