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    BAT-GLOCK!

    I under-cut the the trigger, rounded off the trigger-guard and took off factory texture (and sort of accidentally reshaped the grip, but I like it). What do you think?




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    Thats cool stippling. Now you need to put a Batman slide plate on it.
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    Good call!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tremors View Post
    Thats cool stippling. Now you need to put a Batman slide plate on it.
    Lol. Pretty good job just the same OP.

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    What did you use to stipple?

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    My Laser Eyes!!!


    Lots of sanding and fine tip on the ole soldering iron for the outer stipple and the medium tip for the Bat

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    There's a lot of melting of the polymer frame.
    Be careful not to compromise the integrity of the frame.
    Not sure , but me thinks when you raise the grip texture, the material has to be coming from someplace, which may create thin spots. Are you adding polymer material ?

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    Not my cup-o-tea, but well-executed, methinks.

    I agree, get the slide cover plate to match.

    Or maybe one with "BW" or "Bruce Wayne" etched on it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pic View Post
    There's a lot of melting of the polymer frame.
    Be careful not to compromise the integrity of the frame.
    Not sure , but me thinks when you raise the grip texture, the material has to be coming from someplace, which may create thin spots. Are you adding polymer material ?
    you really don't go that deep to get the texture you want. you barely go half as deep as it looks. The first thing I practiced on was a Magpul MOE grip and I went way to deep it looked bad and would not have been structurally good for a pistol however magpul grips are quite thick so I think that thing is just fine although ugly.

    the biggest concern I have with what I have done would be the under cut of the trigger (which feels awesome). that is were any material is really taken out. I tried to stay a little thicker than the most extreme undercut jobs I could find from people that have a reputation for doing good work.
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    Over the top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponzer04 View Post
    Over the top?

    Looks like your having fun with it , looks nice
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    Very nice work. Impressive!!
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    Thank you!

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    It is different. But, in my not so humble opinion, it is very well done. You do indeed have some artistic skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lefty60 View Post
    It is different. But, in my not so humble opinion, it is very well done. You do indeed have some artistic skills.
    Thank you very much!

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