Ive been painting my "Tactical" guns for years. Sometimes its just "rattle can variable" to break up a long black rifle and sometimes its "look at me cool" Rhodesian Land Rover green and Baby puke yellow on a A5 done with an old sock (like the originals) and well done Tiger stripes to match the "Roach's" M79 from Apocalypse Now on a cut down 10ga. Ive never do it on a (4 leg) hunting gun; but Ive sorta got the urge. It all started when I bought a Rem 700 for my wife who decided she wanted something else. My first step was to grab a MagPul Hunter stock, then I decided I didnt like the sporter barrel in that stock. I decided to go back to the original stock and give it some special treatment by shortening the barrel and doing some other "tactical" treatment. That one turned out so well, now Im looking hard at my Tikka that I use for deer hunting. I know its kinda silly, its not like I'll be crawling through tall grass... Ive never made the leap to a professional Cerakote cammo job. Part of me likes the way rattle can looks better as"wears" for tactical stuff and part really likes a pimped out finely done custom work. Do you paint?