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Buzz Bee Air Max 6 Paintjob Help

Need some help deciding on colors for my blaster (pictures included)

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#1 rockinon96



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Posted 14 July 2014 - 08:26 PM

I have modded a Buzz Bee Air Max 6 with rear loading holes, upgraded ORPV spring, and soon to rebarrel it with PETG and the spacers are going to be from Venomm213. What I need help on is what paintjob I should do for it. I was thinking something a gun metal base and sky blue secondary with silver detailing. What do you guys think. Also, I broke the orange side pieces off and am using a nut and bolt to hold them in.

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How I am holding the internals(zip tie and rubber band) to accommodate for the rear loading hole, which I didn't consider when I did it. Plus the hole is done with a drill, a 1/8 inch drill bit, and some sand paper.

Tip on stickers:

If you get a sticker off a blaster in a fugly manner, and there is adhesive from it still on the blaster, take a small tea spoon of Butter/Margarine and rub it where the adhesive is, and then after five minutes of rubbing it around, wipe it with a paper towel... and the adhesive will be gone. Learned that trick from my grandfather.
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#2 Zorns Lemma

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Posted 15 July 2014 - 02:23 AM

Post this in the Mods/Paint thread. Look through there for color ideas or consult any internet guide on using a color wheel.

At least you made an effort here so I'll spare you the mocking red text.

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