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    Quote Originally Posted by ButchG17 View Post
    Yup, that's the original adjustable rear sight that Glock used to ship on their guns.

    Here's another view with both the old style and the new style adjustable sights.


    If you carry this gun for serious use, you really should replace that rear sight with a fixed one. It is quite fragile, any kind of a bump and it is very likely to break.


    That will be the first thing I do is putting on a new sight. I think I want a smaller gun for carry though since Iím not a big guy. Iím not sure what yet. Looking at Kel-Tec or Kahr.

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    I had never seen the older Glock adj sights. My Glock 34 has the newer one. And, the Glock 17 I once owned and bought in 1993 had the standard fixed sight.

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    Well I've seen em all and you guys ain't seen nuthin' yet. I've seen red ones, powder blue ones, pink, green, yellow and a lot of silver ones. On them I've engraved butterflies, flames, guitar stuff, flowers, Peanuts gang, Superman, Capt America, the Punisher, doggies, cats, spiders, vines, crosses, stars of David, helicopters, jet planes, ARs, flags, nudes, boxers, poetry etc. Everything!:eek: But the one thing that holds them all together is how damn good the Glock pistol really is.

    Here's my G21 -the Bullwinkle Glock

    Last edited by zipgraver; 08-29-2006 at 02:35 PM.

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    Very nice Zip

    Quote Originally Posted by zipgraver View Post
    Well I've seen em all and you guys ain't seen nuthin' yet. I've seen red ones, powder blue ones, pink, green, yellow and a lot of silver ones. On them I've engraved butterflies, flames, guitar stuff, flowers, Peanuts gang, Superman, Capt America, the Punisher, doggies, cats, spiders, vines, crosses, stars of David, helicopters, jet planes, ARs, flags, nudes, boxers, poetry etc. Everything!:eek: But the one thing that holds them all together is how damn good the Glock pistol really is.

    Here's my G21 -the Bullwinkle Glock


    I really like your work...may just have to have an XD engraved...something simple...something commemorating the Naval Special Warfare Group with a Trident qualification badge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipgraver View Post
    Well I've seen em all and you guys ain't seen nuthin' yet. I've seen red ones, powder blue ones, pink, green, yellow and a lot of silver ones. On them I've engraved butterflies, flames, guitar stuff, flowers, Peanuts gang, Superman, Capt America, the Punisher, doggies, cats, spiders, vines, crosses, stars of David, helicopters, jet planes, ARs, flags, nudes, boxers, poetry etc. Everything!:eek: But the one thing that holds them all together is how damn good the Glock pistol really is.

    Here's my G21 -the Bullwinkle Glock

    Nice work! I booked mark your site for future references.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustoff '68 View Post
    I really like your work...may just have to have an XD engraved...something simple...something commemorating the Naval Special Warfare Group with a Trident qualification badge.
    Well thank you very much and whatever you need just let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    Nice work! I booked mark your site for future references.

    Thank you very much!

    I know this isn't a Glock but it is a well worn Rem 7400 that needed a little TLC. It is now ready for Duracoat.


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    G17:

    G19:

    G21:

    G23:

    G27:

    G30:


    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustoff '68 View Post
    I really like your work...may just have to have an XD engraved...something simple...something commemorating the Naval Special Warfare Group with a Trident qualification badge.

    I'll have to look up Naval Special Warfare Group.. I htink there is a unit in Hawthorne, NV

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    G19 with grip reduction and 360deg. Cocking serrations and nose contour. Thanks for looking...............Gary
    www.wendelltacticalconcepts.com

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    From left: G34 9mm, old-style 19-shot +2 mag, Meprolight night sights; G1917 9mm (G17 with frame shortened to G19 length), old-style 17-shot +2 mag, Mep NS; G32C .357 SIG caliber, standard 13 shot mag, Meps again; and G26 9mm, stock 10-shot mag, Meps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Niner View Post


    From left: G34 9mm, old-style 19-shot +2 mag, Meprolight night sights; G1917 9mm (G17 with frame shortened to G19 length), old-style 17-shot +2 mag, Mep NS; G32C .357 SIG caliber, standard 13 shot mag, Meps again; and G26 9mm, stock 10-shot mag, Meps.

    I'm sensing a theme here

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    Very observant of you.

    Several themes, actually; early gen 3 Glocks, lotsa smaller/faster bullets, and Meps to help guide them.

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    I can't take credit for these pictures but they are great shots of a G26 at it's finest!

    Can anyone tell me how to show the pictures without having to click on each one individually?

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    left bracket ([) IMG right bracket (]) http://yoursite.com/yourpic.jpg [ /img ]

    without the spaces and parentheses and stuff.

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    Always check the "How To" section on the site

    Here is a link that explains how to post pics - Its actually pretty easy

    http://www.handgunforum.net/showthread.php?t=2475

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    Glocks are beautiful in their blocky ugliness. They are the opposite of flashy firearms that when purchased, put a smile on the face of a gunsmith. With the tenifer finish and the polymer frame, stainless steel isn't necessary to ward off corrosion. For the money spent (on not only the gun but also the mags and parts), considering their reliability, accuracy, durability, corrosion resistance, ease of cleaning and disassembly and great feel, Glocks are my choice of gun for both competitive shooting and self-defense. While I own metal handguns as well, I say three cheers for Tactical Tupperware!

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    Quote Originally Posted by martial_field View Post
    Glocks are beautiful in their blocky ugliness. They are the opposite of flashy firearms that when purchased, put a smile on the face of a gunsmith.
    But that blocky ugliness sure makes a nice pallette for an engraver...HEHE!

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    Well here's my latest project on a pair of consecutively numbered Glock 21s. Duracoat then engraved.

    Top- How I got them
    2nd- After sand blast
    3rd- After Duracoat
    4th- Engraved
    5th- Engraving up close


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    Nice job


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