- Mild Soap & Water Mixture or Alcohol - to clean the surface.
- Lint Free Paper Towel or Cloth – to dry the surface.
- Low-Tack Masking Tape – to tack in place or create a hinge.
- Squeegee or Credit Card – for applying vinyl
- Air Release Tool – to remove any trapped air bubbles that may form.
- Hobby Knife (OFLA or XACTO knife) – for trimming away excess vinyl.
- Heat Gun – for heating vinyl on complicated installations.
Before Graphic Installation
- The first step in any successful application is cleaning your camo project before Installation.
- For a Rifle Kit wrap, the day before application, the Rifle should be field stripped and cleaned thoroughly on all areas the camo will be applied. Making sure that no residue is on the surfaces.
- Complete this process using a solvent that is safe for the materials your Rifle is made of.
- Let Rifle dry completely over night to make sure you have good adhesion with the vinyl.
How to Install Your Camo Rifle Kit
- UNLOAD GUN!
- Field Strip Gun
- Clean outside of Gun with Alcohol removing all excess dirt or oil, then wipe Dry.
- Identify the Pieces in the Kit from the Diagram Below.
- Note the Diagram for Relief Cut Locations for the Stock & Forend. Trim accordingly to your gun.
- Remove back paper Liner to Expose Adhesive., Position Camo Pieces over area and lightly press down using your fingers to smooth into place. (If piece is not positioned properly, carefully remove and reposition.)
- When all pieces are positioned properly and smoothed, use included squeegee with firm pressure on a 45° angle to set the adhesive.
- Finish trimming using light pressure with a sharp razor blade as to not scratch the finish of your gun. Stick any bubbles with a pin and re-squeegee to remove the trapped air.
Your Kit Contains STOCK & RECEIVER: Pieces are lined up Towards the Rear of the Stock. Make a RELIEF CUTin top of piece as indicated on Diagram Below. Use firm finger pressure to apply, overlapping cut area slightly. Trim with sharp razor blade at front of receiver and ejection port. Use firm finger pressure to conform to stock. Trim flush at bottom of pistol grip. You may have to use cut pieces to cover the bottom area of the Finger Grip.
FOREND: Trim piece to fit profile of forend. RELIEF CUTS may be necessary at front or rear edge of pieces to conform to forend taper. See Diagram Below. Make sure to cut out any ejection ports you may have on the Forend area.
BARREL: Pieces should be started at a point towards the front of Barrel behind Site. Using firm finger pressure, conform to barrel being sure to overlap at bottom of barrel.
How to Remove Heat the Camo with Heat gun or Hair Dryer for several seconds and continue to heat as you peel the material from the surface on a 120° angle. Any residue can be removed with a Citrus Based remover or Alcohol. Relief Cut Diagram
- Sizing Chart
1 - 54” x 11.5” page with 4 - Pre-Cut Pieces
(2) Stock & Receiver, (1) Forend & (1) Barrel (up to 32")