Painting Remington 870 Shotgun with Gun Kote
This is step by step instruction on how to paint your Remington 870 using Gun Kote:
1. Disassemble your Remington 870 shotgun:
2. Protect internal surfaces of the magazine tube, magazine extension and barrel using plugs:
3. Remove old coating using sandblasting. Here’s how your Remington 870 parts are going to look like after sandblasting:
4. Degrease parts and put into the oven for 30 minutes:
5. Let them cool.
6. Degrease parts one more time before painting:
7. Paint stock and forend with KG Stock Kote:
8. Paint moving parts with KG Gear Kote:
9. Paint other parts with KG Gun Kote:
10. Put parts into the oven for an hour and a half:
11. Remove, let them cool.
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Very useful and informative article, thanks a lot!
Although I will probably be too lazy to do all these. By the way, how long did it take you to finish painting?
We’ve spent all day painting my Remington 870 :)
Informative post and the end result is nice!
Just curious, how stock cote will live on Hogue stock? I think it can fall off after some time because of overmolded surface?
vanaheym, I will post an update after some time… Everything is ok after 2 trainings.
I bought a Remington semi automatic 10 gauge camo shotgun in 2005 and have experienced
the camo paint covering to be very sticky to a point I can not hunt with it. Has this been a problem with this 10 s series came coated gun and who would I SPEAK TO ABOUT FIXING THE PROBLEM.