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I picked up a department G36K which had an awful hydro dip on the entire gun. I don’t think they even broke the gun down and just dipped it in one assembly. 
 

Here are some before and after pics.  All parts were restored with the exception to the folding stock. They cut the stock and spliced it to shorten it so it was trash.  It’s definitely seen some use and the natural sheen on the black polymer has worn off but it still functions perfectly.

You can also see the difference in the sheen between my other G36K which is in like new condition.

Just waiting on. New mechanical rear sight to finish it up. 
 

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On 6/15/2021 at 3:34 PM, hipower said:

The dipped version didn't look too bad except for the way too short stock.

I mean, id still shoot it :).  I like some FDE and other earth tones on my guns, but for H&K, i just like plain black.  

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