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Old 03-20-2013, 11:06 PM
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Hey guys just finished stippling my shield.



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Old 03-20-2013, 11:20 PM
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Looks good!
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Looks real good! How long did that take you?
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Looks real good! How long did that take you?
Thanks a lot! Man it took me over three hours. I think I was cocked eyed when done.
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Nice work! Looks great!
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Looks nice. What did you use to do the stippling ?
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Good job. Looks fantastic.
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Looks nice good job!!
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That looks awesome! Do you conceal carry that and if so how rough is the texture (just curious)?
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That is beautiful. One of the best jobs I've seen. I too would like to know what you used to do that.
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That looks awesome! Do you conceal carry that and if so how rough is the texture (just curious)?
Yes Sir...I do carry it. It feels just a little less aggressive than skaters tape,but enough to have a solid grip. Thanks again.
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That is beautiful. One of the best jobs I've seen. I too would like to know what you used to do that.
Thanks man I really appreciate it. This is what I used a Weller soldering iron model# SP40L.

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i'm betting you were gritting your teeth and holding your breath when u began
excellent job of personalizing your gun...
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you did an awesome job there. wish i had the courage to do that to mine
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Thanks a lot! Man it took me over three hours. I think I was cocked eyed when done.
I'll bet you were! I wish I had that kind of patience & that my hands were that steady. I'd hate to think of what it might look like if I tried that!
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Looks freaking FANTASTIC
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Nice job. I like that look.
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Real nice job, personably I like mine just the way it came out of the box. But you did a fine job customizing your sidearm. And I like it alot. But will leave mine just the way it came from the factory. It is a functional weapon, and functions just fine the way it is. I will put my time and effort in other projects. that will pay off better. Kudos!!! Great Job.
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That took guts to do properly -- let alone even attempt it. Looks totally professional. You da man!
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SUPERB, but me personaly I like the frame as it comes stock.
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Hey guys just finished stippling my shield.



Here's a question for you -- in the bottom photo, the serial number looks to be wiped clean. Is that just the camera angle or did you purposely photo-shop it?
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It must be fast and furious gun............
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Here's a question for you -- in the bottom photo, the serial number looks to be wiped clean. Is that just the camera angle or did you purposely photo-shop it?
Yea I photo shopped it...gotta keep that serial# on the DL. A couple of years ago on another forum I got a ration of shi@ for showing the serial#. Now it's just instinctual. lol
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