Do it yourself installation! The Pistol Skin is designed for any semi-automatic pistol with an slide of 8" or shorter. Use heat to conform the vinyl to the unique shape of your model and trim away the excess material using a hobby knife.
Wrap as little or as much as you want. Make it yours!
GunSkins are a less expensive alternative to other gun finishes including hydro graphics and ceramic coatings.
We've partnered with dozens of leading camouflage brands to offer the best patterns on the market today!
Vinyl is easy to install and removable. Easily expect 5+ years of use and abuse and when the time comes, it comes off clean!
Our vinyl is 6/10 mm thick, scratch resistant, and 100% waterproof. Gun safe princesses need not apply. GunSkins are made for the outdoors!
GunSkins are do it yourself vinyl wraps designed to protect your weapon and give it a new non-permanent finish.
It would be useful to have a heat gun (or blow dryer), a hobby knife with plenty of extra blades, a gun-specific degreaser for surface prep, and a hand squeegee or other hard plastic piece to lay the vinyl flat and a piece of foam or sponge to conform into the detail areas.
GunSkins are expected to last 5+ years of regular use, even longer if kept in the gun safe.
GunSkins are premium 3M vinyl wraps with a non-reflective laminated matte finish.
GunSkins are scratch resistant, 100% waterproof, non-porous, and measure 6/10 mm in thickness.
GunSkins can withstand the heat from a barrel firing less than full auto. Rated 230° Fahrenheit.
No problem at all using gun-specific degreasers and lubricants. Avoid harsh chemicals such as acetone and brake cleaner.
There is no federal law preventing you from changing the color of your firearm. What frowned upon is altering, remove or obscure your serial number. We have a response from the ATF indicating that GunSkins is in the clear in that regard.
It's no secret that constant holstering causes unavoidable friction. Retention holsters (ie: Kydex) will cause early wear while others that can be adjusted or made from leather, canvas, or nylon are fine to use.
To remove GunSkins, use a little bit of heat and peel it off. It should come off clean but in the rare chance some residue remains, it’s very minor and can easily be wiped off using rubbing alcohol and a towel.