Guns

At Custom Camo we have the ability to hydrographic decorate, or camo just about any type of weapon. In fact, it is our specialty.Camo AR-15.

We specialize in the Camo AR, Camo Rifle, Camo Shotgun field. It is our mission to expertly decorate, or camo dip your firearm that exceeds most decorating jobs seen today from any manufacturer.

Camo dipping your firearm is a big step, but it can also lead to years of service and protection with very little maintenance on your part. A Camo AR or Camo Shotgun will no longer need to be oiled and cleaned like you did before. Simply taking a damp cloth and wiping down the houston hydrographic parts will clean your gun and the finish to like it was when it left our shop. Then simply oiling and lubricating the moving and metal parts on the interior of the gun, and the barrel will finish off the cleaning process.

Camo RifleOur hydrographic finishes are extremely durable. We use automotive grade clear coats so you never have to worry about the finish flaking off. While scratching the camo ar or camo shotgun finish IS possible, it takes about the same amount of force as scratching the finish on your vehicle. So, you can see that the camo ar and camo shotgun finishes and hydrographic houston finishes that we use will last for years when properly handled.

Camo dipping your AR-15 or Shotgun is a fairly simple process. Either ship the parts you want dipped (dis assembled) or we will disassemble the for you. Then we strip the bluing and finishes from the parts that will be decorated. At that point we take it through a series of primer and paint steps to prepare it for the hydrographic tank.

After the prep work is completed we carefully dip your soon to be Camo AR, or Camo Shotgun in the hydrographic tank and film to print the pattern to the weapon. After some drying time the gun is then clear coated and checked closely for tolerances and fit for operation.

We then ship your Camo AR, or Camo Shotgun back to you for reassembly and use, or we reassemble it for you and check operation prior to shipping.

The entire process can take anywhere from 2-4 weeks depending on the amount of camo you want done on your AR-15, Rifle, or shotgun. For more information please give us a call. We are licensed FFL holders and can receive and store your firearms legally. There is never any worry this way, and it helps to speed the process along. Shipping a firearm is surprisingly cheap via UPS or Fedex (less than $20 in most cases).

You can see our hydrographics houston firearm pricing page here

  • Did you know?

    It is illegal for shops to dip or decorate a firearm without a current Federal Firearms License? That's right. A current FFL is REQUIRED in order to change the appearance, or decorate a firearm. If your shop does not have their FFL your weapon is at risk of being confiscated by the ATF if they show up to do an inspection.

    Some shops have been known to report competitors operating WITHOUT a current FFL.

    We hold a current FFL 01 License for our operations, and customer's peace of mind. Our shop is also fully insured to make certain our customer's are protected in the event of a catastrophe.

  • We buy & Sell Guns!

    As a current FFL holder we also buy and sell guns. If you are considering a purchase, and decoration we can make you a deal that you will be running to tell your buddies about.
  • You get what you pay for!

    All shops are NOT created equal. We offer FREE evaluations, and second opinions for potential customers wishing to discuss their cam dipping projects.

    Whether it is a firearm, custom carbon fiber dipped wheels, or a small run of custom parts we will gladly offer you sample pricing as well as an honest assessment of what we think it will take to do your job properly.

    Don't get stuck with low quality dipping, and poor topcoat finishes. We are the professionals you can count on. Your satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed!

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