A service offered by Utah Airguns when you order an FX rifle from their shop, is Hydro-dipping. And what makes the tough finishes that much better, you have the choice between some great patterns! It’s no secret that a couple of my favorite hunting rifles are my Crown and Wildcat. The Wildcat is a .25 caliber, and I have a .25, .30, and arrow barrel for my Crown, though I mostly use the .30. Both of these guns are tackdrivers and produce excellent power output for whichever caliber is being used. I’ve used these guns for small game, predators, and feral hogs over the years, and besides their core performance, they are both very shootable guns, and I like their profiles. So how to make them better? One of the ways is to dress them up in camo. I’ll often apply camo tape to a stock, and have painted a few of my guns with differing levels of success. But both of these guns are too nice to take a chance of using for a craft project. But on a visit to Utah Airguns last year, I saw that they were offering a Hydro-dipping service that looked very interesting. The finishes that I examined looked great, but more importantly they looked like they could stand up to heavy use. I was in the process of ordering the Crown, so too the opportunity to order it with a customized stock. There were several patterns available, but the one that looked likeRead More →