I have a slight problem with my blaster. On the backside of my stock bracket (non-grip side) the paint will not dry. It remained tacky for over a month with my last paint job. I had more work to do to it, so I sanded it down to bare resin, and washed with warm water and dish soap. I thought this would cure the problem. I also thought it may have been some crappy paint, so I went to a different store and bought a fresh can of krylon primer, and flat black. About a week ago I applied 3 heavy coats of primer on the entire blaster and I allowed it to dry for almost 5 days. The primer was still a bit tacky when I shot the flat black. I put 4 coats on it, and the handle is once again tacky! It has sat for 2 days now, but the paint refuses to dry! I haven't applied my satin finish yet, nor have I weathered it. I am hoping it will dry once it is weathered and sealed. I doubt it will, but its all I have right now. I posted my progress in the blaster forum and Ripcode thought it may be a poor resin mix that is preventing the paint from fully curing. This is the only spot on my blaster that won't dry, and obviously it's the area that will be handled the most. I don't mind my gloves getting paint on them, but it's one of those things that is buggin the be-jesus out of me. If anyone has any suggestios for me, by all means let me know.