ID: 62491 (Tape-Evike-NB)
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The safety marking tape used by Evike.com to identify training weapons and to mark California compliant Airsoft guns. We would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to educate everyone; that colored guns does not indicate that they are toys. We encourage the practice of common sense, to not brandish a replica gun in public, and to treat them with respect.
Features: Nylon fiber reinforced tape Water resistant Scratch resistant Tear / damage proof. High strength adhesive backing For Law enforcement / police training. For Airsoft resale in certain states. For shipping. For use as tape Material:
Nylon fiber reinforced tape
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(Write a review) "awesome, looks bit strange, but it does what its supposed to do.
-large amount of tape
-nice width, to to narrow, and not to thick
-ugly looking (IMO)
-shinny metallic blue, a darker, flatter blue would have been nice.
overall, if you need this to comply with SB-199, or just want tape to mark your items, this is great. As long as you don't mind the shinny blue. "I am a reseller in San Diego and this tape is what I use to comply to SB-199.
I used to cut tapes down to 20mm so these are perfect.
Easy to use, makes my life much easier. Thanks Evike! "The tape won't stick well to plastic.
Webmaster: This works best if you make a ring around your grip, stock, or trigger guard as the law requires for resell. If your parts greased? We use this for all of our California regulation and found no such issue. Write a Review
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