Meph I thought you were serious for a minute
Yes, Raleigh I expect to see pics of the fruit of my genius thought train.
Anywho... I've painted Tippmanns before. Here's how I did it:
1. Completely disassemble your gun.
2. Sand off the stock coat.
3. Tape any holes, cocking rod hole, screws, etc.
4. Put on a couple of coats of a good primer.
5. Let the primer dry for the time that is instructed.
6. Apply the new paint in several layers.
7. Let the paint dry. This can be sped up if you put the halves in the oven at 150 degrees or less for a while.
There ya go, it worked fine for me, but I didn't do the oven thing, although I know people that have and it worked fine. Hope this helps!