Pistol & Revolver Sticker Bomb Color Gun Skin Vinyl Wrap
Color(s): Multicolor and Bright
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Sticker Bomb Color Pistol skins the appearance of being covered in stickers, creating a unique and artistic design. Graffiti artistry is known as sticker bombing, a technique in which stickers are used to cover a surface to create art or to spread a message. It's a terrific way to bring personality and individuality to otherwise mundane everyday objects. Sticker Bomb Color Pistol wraps are durable and protect your favorite Pistol from scratches and scuffs. We print and apply a matte top coating to all Pistol Sticker Bomb Color skins to protect the surface's quality. All Pistol wraps in direct sunshine can last up to five years or more without losing their vibrant colors.
GunWraps products are proudly made in the USA, are easy to install, waterproof, non-reflective, and high-quality. Show off your style and give your firearms and gear a unique personalized look. Protect, arm, and style your favorite gun today.
Pressure-activated adhesive for easy sliding and repositioning
End-use temp 225°F
Expected performance life of 8 years
Conforms to many shapes, trim excess to fit
Waterproof matte non-glare finish
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So everything went pretty good. Put the skin on my tx22 the pistol everyone gets to use cause ammo is the cheapest to replace. But the biggest pain is definitely the polymer lower for anyone doing it just be ready for tricky mounts and rails to be the hardest part with weird edges they were a bit of a pain to get to stay stuck at first and watch out for small air bubbles in tight corner. Also make sure you have a ample supply of razor blades they go dull so quick trying to cut this stuff up. I used a all purpose cleaner and decreased and then sprayed everything down with brake cleaner at the end to make sure it was extra clean and had no issues the metal is definitely easier to stick the skins to the polymer lower just takes more elbow grease to get a great stick in the tricky spots. Hope this helps out I'm definitely going to get more one day. Later good luck