Sun. Jan 16th, 2022

Tony DIY customizes and revitalizes a Empire BT4 Combat and a X-Ray Goggle. Bid on the Marker & Mask customized and signed by Tony here:

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14 thoughts on “How to Customize Your Paintball Marker & Mask | Lone Wolf Paintball Michigan”
  1. I will completely tear it down to the frame so I wouldn’t accidentally get paint on my SEALS or in the inner workings of the gun I would just paint the frame

  2. can you customize this mask for coronavirus with 3m filters? make a video pls

  3. I have watched every single lwp video and this definitely has to be the worst 🤣 btw restock mg100 kits

  4. Lmao plz don’t do this if you aren’t willing to put in the time. I’m almost finished with my Etha 2 and it looks AMAZING, however I know that it would look like crap if I did a half * job. Make sure you are extremely anal when taping, and use silly putty were tape won’t reach. Jam as many paper towels into the barrel as will fit. If you’re doing it right, it should take at least an hour to prep everything. It took me about 5 hours to prep and it really paid off. After that, make sure you use good technique when painting. Only paint one side at a time unless you hang the parts from a string. Otherwise the wet paint will get messed up when it touches the floor. Spray LIGHT coats so that there is no dripping. Spray only when the temperature and humidity allow it based on the directions. Spray easy to miss areas first so that you don’t miss them later. Test the paint on another object first to make sure that it won’t bubble or crack. Typically spray paint will leave a less than satisfying finish on your gun and that is why people don’t recommend it. However, if you know what your doing it will come out very nice. As far as masks go, do not paint anything flexible. Spray paint will chip right off of any flexible masks. So find a mask that is rigid.

  5. Could I do this to a tank and if so what paint should I use so it doesn’t get ruined over time

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