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Old 07-17-2012, 1:15 PM
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Done with my G19...Truglo TFO Sights, TLR-3 and hogue grip.



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Old 07-27-2012, 11:53 PM
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Love that frame... how'd you do that? I'm noticing that the frame is smooth did you wetsand it? And that's not stippling right? Looks more like that magpul pmag grip stuff...
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Old 07-28-2012, 12:14 PM
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@Jeffu, love the outline on the stipple job! Looks great.

Picked up my G17 out of jail yesterday. Stippled her last night as well! Love the new look and feel!





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Teach me! Soldering Iron and just poke at it?
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That's a nice stipple job!
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Teach me! Soldering Iron and just poke at it?
Essentially. Jeffu's 19 looks to have been done with more pressure and slower/longer "pokes" (as exemplified in my backstrap and finger grooves), while I used more of a light "*****" technique to achieve a finer, sand-like grit. Decide where you want to stipple, then outline it first with a pencil. Stipple over the line with the soldering iron to create your boundaries. Then fill in from there.

It'll be advisable to get comfortable on another piece of polymer or something similar (I tried the back of my Serpa holster. Once the soldering iron is fulling heated, it really takes minimal effort.

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That's a nice stipple job!
If you were talking to me, THANKS! Was my first go at anything like this. Extremely pleased with the way it came out.

...If you were talking to Jeffu, then yes, I agree

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Old 07-30-2012, 5:22 PM
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Sorry for the bad pic, Just a regular Glock 23... Picked it up earlier today (My first handgun) !

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Had to reload the pic so here they are again. Only change since the pics was the addition of some Talon grip tape.









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Where did you buy the comp?
and with the Carver do you need to lower the port?

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that's sexy. what blade is that, looks cool.
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Old 08-09-2012, 4:15 PM
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Old 08-09-2012, 9:28 PM
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Guys I am 99% sure that Jeffu's pistol was touched by Boresight Solutions. Check them out, great stuff.

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Essentially. Jeffu's 19 looks to have been done with more pressure and slower/longer "pokes" (as exemplified in my backstrap and finger grooves), while I used more of a light "*****" technique to achieve a finer, sand-like grit. Decide where you want to stipple, then outline it first with a pencil. Stipple over the line with the soldering iron to create your boundaries. Then fill in from there.

It'll be advisable to get comfortable on another piece of polymer or something similar (I tried the back of my Serpa holster. Once the soldering iron is fulling heated, it really takes minimal effort.



If you were talking to me, THANKS! Was my first go at anything like this. Extremely pleased with the way it came out.

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Old 08-10-2012, 5:04 PM
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Here is mine, a plain Jane G26... well maybe a few small upgrades.



Here is another picture of my G26 having a bit of an identity crisis.

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Gen 4 FDE Glock 19



This one wasn't finished when I took the picture, the trigger guard was reduced also:

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Gen 4 FDE Glock 19

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Old 08-11-2012, 5:23 PM
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who did the grips? very nice
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I'll see you, and raise you +2.

Gen 4 FDE G17 goodness
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Gen 4 FDE G17 goodness
Give me a week or so, I'll be able to raise you when I get my other 19 back..
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who did the grips? very nice
Grips were done by Ben @ Boresight Solutions.

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Not sure if i've posted this one before....If I have, sorry.


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Here is my G17

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Old 08-27-2012, 10:15 PM
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Default My Glock 34 back from GLockworx

Much fun gun. Zev Technologies special:

- Carbon Graphite finish
- Frame restructuring is close to a 1911 feel
- Slide cut for a Leupold Deltapoint
- Expanded mag well
- Slide racker
- Fulcrum trigger
- Skeletonized lightweight striker and spring
- Zev safety plunger

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