Olive Green Paint

Legs

ADC
Book Reviewer
Shiny is matt with diesel wiped over it, isn't it?
 

theoriginalphantom

MIA
Book Reviewer
Jarrod walt.

i've been ranting about the search function for years, but Jarrod gets the credit cos he's a gayist or something. it's discrimination or summat I tell you, I'm off to demand compensation.

and a medal.
 

theoriginalphantom

MIA
Book Reviewer
from the search I posted above there is this

8010 99 224 8907 Lacquer (Paint Finish Green)
8010 99 224 8908 Lacquer (Paint Finish Black) }(DofQ CN)

And if you have spraying facilities I think you will need:

8010 99 623 9651 Paint Finishing Green Spraying
8010 99 454 3523 Paint Finishing Black Spraying } (DofQ PK)
 

ACAB

LE
from the search I posted above there is this

8010 99 224 8907 Lacquer (Paint Finish Green)
8010 99 224 8908 Lacquer (Paint Finish Black) }(DofQ CN)

And if you have spraying facilities I think you will need:

8010 99 623 9651 Paint Finishing Green Spraying
8010 99 454 3523 Paint Finishing Black Spraying } (DofQ PK)
Spraying?

Posh twat!

From Shovels GS to AFV 432 the weapon of choice was a feck off big brush and squaddies. Lots of squaddies - OK, just the one for the Shovel.
 

theoriginalphantom

MIA
Book Reviewer
I used to be a paint sprayer, what a great job - basically getting slightly high all day at work and getting paid for it. anyway, when it came to painting vehicles for Granby I was on stag while most of the unit was involved with brush painting, and the spraying kit sat there unused as there was nobody to use it
 
With reference to some previous posts about paint application with a brush etc,
I see a lot of "authentic" restorations of military kit from WW2 onwards that have a paint finish that would shame many premium cars , not to mention stencils that are applied straight with no wrinkles or overspray , just the way it would have been done in the rush to D day ;-)
 
Top