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Ukara: How is 'two tone' defined?

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Ok, so say if you got a black m4 but it has an orange stock, handle and the part where the battery goes (around the front of the barrel)..

Now if you sprayed these parts from orange to say dark green, is is still classed as two tone? Now it was changed from black/orange to black/dark green?

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It must be a bright colour:

 

bright red,

bright orange,

bright yellow,

bright green,

bright pink, and

bright purple.

 

It must be at least 50% of this colour, might be 51%.

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Cheers for clearing that up guys, not sure whether to rent guns for the required games in months to get a UKARA, or go for a two tone/transparent (classic army m15a4 carbine)

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I'd just rent, it usually isn't much more and means you don't have to get 2 tone and it gives you time to get used to things before jumping in with all your own stuff.

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Cheers for clearing that up guys, not sure whether to rent guns for the required games in months to get a UKARA, or go for a two tone/transparent (classic army m15a4 carbine)

 

I have had the gun in question and i dont think it is skirmish stuff.

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