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Specifying two-tone colours

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Hi all,

 

I was considering getting my own AEG etc, but obviously would need to be two-toned at least for the time being. Is it possible to specify where companies spray two tone? Ideally I was thinking of getting an M4 of some description Presumably it is easy enough to replace a front end with RIS parts, a stock with a crane stock and leave the receiver black?

 

Cheers.

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Most will come pre 2-toned you don't have the option of where it goes, even if it's not the shop still has to cover 51% of the gun or more with one of these colours:

 

bright red,

bright orange,

bright yellow,

bright green,

bright pink, and

bright purple.

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it can also have clear parts of the gun that would have to = 51% +

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yh blue as well :)

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lol yeah they allowed the new G&G Two tone guns

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thats weird... i bought a blue gun last december... and now that dev posted i want meself a pink gun...

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Well like Dave said Blue is more or less illegal as the Po Po use that colour on there drill weapons i think

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does it just have to be gloss or could it be either a flat or matte finish?

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would then matte BRIGHT green be the best colour to pick?

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If you like that colour then yer

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blue I think is a good colour. unrealistic yet unoffensive.

Yes the police use blue (training blue) on their training and simunition weapons but that officially should still be VCRA legal as the reason why the polce use the blue in the first place is so that they don't mistake it for the real firearms themselves. And the reason for painting the guns is so that they can't be mistaken for the real thing no?

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