Most oil base primers can be tinted with 2 oz. universal colorant, Kilz included. That limits you to only fairly light colors and it takes a fairly skilled tint man to get you super close. Usually "in the ballpark" will be just fine. As for a topcoat, only true stain blocker would be oil and that is something you probably would not use on your jobs. My advice would be use the oil primer tinted as close as you can get it for the first coat and then just apply the proper latex topcoat over that when dry. Simple really. Don't know of any deep tinting base oil primers though if you ever need it.
IF it HAS to be one coat, I suppose if it is not high end work and just appt. repaints, you could just use the tinted oil as the only coat. Not the proper way to do it, but if it's gotta be done... It would of course be a FLAT sheen.
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