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hillbillyhans
06-13-2012, 20:25
Where to get it done? Approximate costs?

Meathead9
06-13-2012, 20:47
Check out Glockworx, Cold Bore Customs, Accurate Iron & Bowie Tactical. Pricing will depend on if you want other grip modifications like finger groove removal, undercut trigger guard (single or double), reduction etc.

hillbillyhans
06-13-2012, 21:35
Thanks. Good list. Looks like Cold bore is the least expensive for simple stippling.

Angry Fist
06-13-2012, 21:38
Lane at Cold Bore does great work. I want to send him mine to get fixed. Buy with confidence.

hillbillyhans
06-14-2012, 18:35
That's good to hear. Just don't want to send her in just yet.

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Wolf Spyder
06-15-2012, 17:08
Do it yourself...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v378/Wolf_Spyder/IMG_0404Editedsmaller.jpg

MikeSantor
06-16-2012, 15:18
+1 for DIY...

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c330/mikesantor/2012-06-12_08-33-40_441.jpg

hillbillyhans
06-16-2012, 22:31
How to DIY?

hillbillyhans
06-16-2012, 23:31
Soldering iron with pointed tip or flat tip?

Angry Fist
06-17-2012, 00:08
Do it yourself...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v378/Wolf_Spyder/IMG_0404Editedsmaller.jpg





http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz13/MO_FUGGAZ/100_2981.jpg


http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz13/MO_FUGGAZ/100_3048.jpg

4949shooter
06-17-2012, 04:37
I like that Keltec stipling. I must try this with my LCP.

Night Raptor 10mm
06-17-2012, 12:28
The Glock Store in San Diego, CA did my stippling work, excellent quality and there pricing is on line just go to their web site www.glockstore.com (http://www.glockstore.com)

http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=225914&d=1339957467

Veedubklown
06-18-2012, 05:50
http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e197/veedubklown/Firearms/Bul%20M5/2012-05-14_16-58-08_271.jpg
+more for DYI. Although, practice on plastic that isn't your gun, first. Gives you the feel of what's goin on.

DG2
06-18-2012, 08:33
Business End Customs is another great option.

www.businessendcustoms.com

Angry Fist
06-18-2012, 16:43
http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e197/veedubklown/Firearms/Bul%20M5/2012-05-14_16-58-08_271.jpg
+more for DYI. Although, practice on plastic that isn't your gun, first. Gives you the feel of what's goin on.
If you don't mind me asking, what the hell is that?

Ghost Tracker
06-18-2012, 16:50
I stippled on dirt cheap 10 round (California) GLOCK mags before I started hot-poking my G19 (then my 870, then my LC9, etc., etc.). I recommend the practice.

hillbillyhans
06-18-2012, 17:45
I did my 590A1 last night. Then, feeling confident, I moved on to the Glock. I got all but the backstrap done. It is freaking awesome! Also got my extended slide release installed, and 250rds from Underwood showed up today! Nice!

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Veedubklown
06-18-2012, 18:15
If you don't mind me asking, what the hell is that?
Bul M-5 (http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1402389)

Angry Fist
06-18-2012, 19:16
Bul M-5 (http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1402389)
Thanks, dude. :wavey: Interesting piece. Good and grippy now, eh?

Veedubklown
06-18-2012, 19:46
Like it's welded to my hand. I even customized a design in, if ya look close.

hillbillyhans
06-18-2012, 21:39
Finished the Glock, and have been doing dry fire drills/ breaking in new Miami classic for the last hour. Why did I not do this sooner? Sweet!

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ca survivor
06-19-2012, 17:38
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RYT 2BER
06-19-2012, 21:40
Always curious how much crap, crud, sweat, lint, filth gets packed into all of those little plastic nooks and crannies?

<---------- not a stippling fan.... But hey if you like it, certainly enjoy :thumbsup:

MikeSantor
06-19-2012, 21:43
Always curious how much crap, crud, sweat, lint, filth gets packed into all of those little plastic nooks and crannies?

<---------- not a stippling fan.... But hey if you like it, certainly enjoy :thumbsup:

Enough to make you feel like a man after shooting it...







Just playin :tongueout:

Veedubklown
06-19-2012, 22:35
Always curious how much crap, crud, sweat, lint, filth gets packed into all of those little plastic nooks and crannies?

<---------- not a stippling fan.... But hey if you like it, certainly enjoy :thumbsup:

It's getting up to 118, and I haven't quite hitting the range. My 1911 is my IPDA gun, so it usually gets some trigger time every visit, but looking at it right now, I don't notice any crap in it. I guess it's no worse than what gets stuck in the grenade texture on the glock, not much. Even then, a quick run with a toothbrush should take care of any clingers.

Opie 1 Kenopie
06-21-2012, 00:05
I've never noticed crap stuck in the stippling on my guns. I sand them lightly after hitting them with the wood burning tool to soften the texture a bit. Stock frames are slippery and kinda boring, so most of mine have been worked on DIY or by Robar.

ECHO-1
02-26-2013, 12:28
It is very easy. Pace yourself. Time invested on each frame: 2 hours a full size, 1 1/2 for a mid size, 1 hour for a compact. Attached a couple done by me.

ccoprdc
02-28-2013, 19:02
Not dissing the stippling, but doesn't it void the warranty on the frame when you do this? I like the stippling, but I've been using the A-grip's or decal grips so far.

ECHO-1
03-14-2013, 14:36
Not dissing the stippling, but doesn't it void the warranty on the frame when you do this? I like the stippling, but I've been using the A-grip's or decal grips so far.

It increases your chances of getting alive from a deadly situation...that and I live in Nicaragua, Central America...good luck trying to enforce any warranty from here!! :supergrin: