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    Stippling? How too?

    I am thinking about stippling my Glock. I know how to do it with a heating iron but I like the looks of the other ones more but do not know how it is done. I suspect how itís done but not for sure. Does anyone here know or can lead me in the right direction?

    Hereís a sample:

    Heat tip- Not so pretty.


    Custom- Better looking. How done? Dremmel tool?
    Thanks

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    Put it in the oven and heat to 300 degrees for 25 mintues. When done serve with mash potatos and gravey..I don't know????

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    Thanks, I thought it was 350 for 35 minutes.

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    I hate to say it, but for that info, U need to ask on Glocktalk.

    About a month ago, some guy posted pics of a Glock he did himself. U would probably get your answer there. I like the stock look myself, but many people there have the guns like that.

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    Iíve searched Glock Talk and have not had any luck in finding out the ďotherĒ method. I guess Iíll just keep searching. Iím looking at this not as a cosmetic thing but practical thing- ie. comfort,et.

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    I think if U posted your own question there - U might have luck. (even if you can't find a past message there in the search box)

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    Good idea. I'll do it.

    Thanks

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    Hey tnoisaw..........Send me your 23 and I'll try my woodburnin' set on it. I've never done one before but I've seen several and I did stay in a Holiday Express (or whatever) last nite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Hey tnoisaw..........Send me your 23 and I'll try my woodburnin' set on it. I've never done one before but I've seen several and I did stay in a Holiday Express (or whatever) last nite.
    Riiiight. (said like Dr. Evil)

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    Hey, I am running a special -- During the 3rd week of September, I am doing free chainsaw stripling on Glock frames. Come one, come all - Send me your Glock, and U will be amazed

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    I don't know anything about how this might be done, but to me it looks more like it was carved with tools rather than done with a heat source.

    Please let us know what you find out.

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    ???

    Did I stumble on to our "PSYCHO THREAD ", every one knows you serve fries with a Glock not smashed taters !!

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    Put your Glock under a backhoe - Easiest way to striple it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennyCrane View Post
    Put your Glock under a backhoe - Easiest way to striple it
    I think he said stipple not cripple

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    So far I have not got an answer. I posed the question on Glock Talk but evidently nobody knows or it's such a secret that they can't tell me or else they'll have to you know what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    So far I have not got an answer. I posed the question on Glock Talk but evidently nobody knows or it's such a secret that they can't tell me or else they'll have to you know what.
    Sorry - I do remember seeing a pic of some guy who did it himself.

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    Talking I thought fried taters were served with

    Quote Originally Posted by RONNIE J View Post
    Did I stumble on to our "PSYCHO THREAD ", every one knows you serve fries with a Glock not smashed taters !!

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    ....fried Glocks?







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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustoff '68 View Post
    ....fried Glocks?






    That must have hurt!



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    I found this on Glocktalk. It is done with a heating Iron.





    Pick a place to start, and count your strokes. Start with one row/spiral and stagger then in equal dots. For the grip panel, I lay the iron sideways and do a push/pull kind of thing ( like welding ). It's really simple, but time consuming ( about 4 hours per gun ). I also stipple the bottoms of my mags, It works awesome.

    The side/hobby job comment is funny, I had an IPSC match yesterday and I came home with 6 extra guns for stipple jobs ( $75 a piece ). Extra Christmas money I guess.

    Again thanks for the comments.


    Also, practice on Walmart plastic 16 gal. containers. They are about 4 bucks, I totally covered one before I touched my Glock.

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    Hey tnoisaw, I am in the middle of doing some of this work on my own Sigma. I will post pictures when I am through and give details how I did and how it was done.

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