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    Default I torched the shiny parts of my nemesis clone.

    Comments? Opinions? Love it? Hate it?

    Also, post some pics of your torched metal!!



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    looks sweet. been seriously thinking about do it to one of my rdas. don't have a torch though. think a bic would work?

    I tried a force patina, but the rda is stainless steel so no luck.

    Patina'd one of my blades and it looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarsAndBars View Post
    looks sweet. been seriously thinking about do it to one of my rdas. don't have a torch though. think a bic would work?

    I tried a force patina, but the rda is stainless steel so no luck.

    Patina'd one of my blades and it looks great.
    I def think you need a torch. It didn't change until the metal was red hot all the way through. Maybe a stovetop would work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarsAndBars View Post
    looks sweet. been seriously thinking about do it to one of my rdas. don't have a torch though. think a bic would work?

    I tried a force patina, but the rda is stainless steel so no luck.

    Patina'd one of my blades and it looks great.
    You definitely need a torch. Yellow is the first color you hit when you're heat treating and I think you need at least like 300 degrees.

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    Thanks for the idea bro.. love it this way.. might just be me but seems like my locking ring isn't getting stuck anymore after heating it up

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    This makes me want to torch my whole mod Lol



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheReign View Post
    This makes me want to torch my whole mod Lol
    Exactly this haha.

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    How did you get the area around you torched to not heat up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carrielsal View Post
    How did you get the area around you torched to not heat up?
    Just take them off then torch them

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    Those look really cool

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