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Laser engrave a gun barrel

I have a black gun barrel and need to laser it. i was wondering if any one out there has done anything like that? and how you did it!!

i have a 35 watt laser engraver.

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This is highly UN-Recommended.
is the barrel is too thin or built poorly you can actually cut through and ruin it.
if you want to paint it the i would use Krylon spray paint

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Yeah airsoft barrels arent that thick and it might brun through and ruin your gun

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