Dipped In Harvest Moon Film with Prange Base Coat

This film has the capability of changing the base coat to the color of your choice

Water Hydrographics

What is Hydrographics or Water Transfer Printing? Its a surface decoration process that allows nearly anY paintable surface to be decorated with detailed graphic design. Water Transfer Printing is often referred to as Hydro Dipping and is currently used by major manufacturers around the world  by industries such as firearms, automotive, aerospace, marine, and military. There are hundreds of water transfer printing patterns available, offering  a wide array of 
camouflages, wood grains, carbon fibers, stone, marble, brushed metals, and abstracts.

This unique process adds a custom design to practically any hard surface that is submersible in water. Items include: auto interior parts, engine parts, wheels, fender flares, motorcycle tanks, frames, hunting gear, rifle stocks, helmets skulls, home decor; the possibilities are endless.

Each item can be customized by first choosing one of the many patterns available and then choosing the preferred base coat color. This process involves primer, paint, dipping the item, then clear coating it.   Clear coats come in high gloss, semi gloss, and flat matte finish.

85           

110        
80       
90       
80          
60
350
200

  • All Firearms and Bows must be disassembled

  • Skulls must be cleaned and ready for paint

  • Skull cleaning charge $75-$100

  • Metal Skull Hangers available for small antlered skulls at 

Pricing

Antlered Skulls Small       

Antlered Skulls Large         
Horned Skulls                     
Hog Skulls                         
Helmets                            
Sunglasses                        

Wheels   (set  of 4)           
Hubcaps (set of 4)            

Rifle Stocks  

Shotgun Stock

Barrels

Handgun Grips

Complete Bow

100

110 

75

50

170

Dipped in Muddy Girl Film

Orange Base Coat

Dipped In Muddy Girl Film

Pink Base Coat

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