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 Stippling polymer frames 
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Post Stippling polymer frames
Has anyone did this to there pistol? I was thinking about doing it to my wifes nine as of couse hers is the test dummy for these small cosmetic upgrades or Mods I guess would be a better term for it.

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I don't have the stones for it. :D

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Wed Apr 27, 2011 8:16 pm
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lol I will try it worse case I have to buy a 59.00 frame lol

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I will show before and during and after photos :-)

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I was thinking about making a jig for this exact thing. Make it perfectly uniform.

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Post Re: Stippling polymer frames
TacticalAssault wrote:
I was thinking about making a jig for this exact thing. Make it perfectly uniform.



it's funny you said that I was looking as some Acrylic I have in the garage from my fish tanks I was thinking of useing, it is clear so i could still see through it I will see what i can work up. with it tomorrow heating it and warping it to the gun or I may just go with my orginal Idea Tape lol

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ImageI do a LOT of stippling.. the trick is to actually make a random pattern, as eyes are attracted to patterns.

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That looks GREAT!


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Yeah, that looks really nice.

Do you just use a soldering iron or what?
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That looks great, Fred. How are your hands feeling? LOL.

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Yeah, that looks really nice.

Do you just use a soldering iron or what?
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That looks great, Fred. How are your hands feeling? LOL.


sore.. ruins my sex life every time :(( that was the third one after we talked. 2 glock, 1 m&p.
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thank god i dont have to stipple my new one..
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How can something look so ugly, yet functionally beautiful at the same time?


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which one are you referring to, massive?

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Stippling in general. The look, to me, takes away the natural lines of the pistol.

Don't get me wrong though, the benefit far outweighs that downside, and I have long pondered having it done.


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