Stippling question?

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Stippling question?

Postby Walther » Tue 16 May 2017 9:14 am

I did a search for the topic and there were a few but from 2013 and I didn't want to bring up that old of thread.

Any likes or dislikes?

Does it hold up or wear out?

I thought I might try it out. I am intrigued by the snakeskin. Any patterns that you like better for grip or aesthetics?

These guys sound like they do a great job for a great price.
www.stapleystippling.com

Any other reccomendations?

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Stippling question?

Postby Photocell » Mon 22 May 2017 9:58 am

I have done a couple Glocks on my own. It is very simple just real tedious work. It is nice if you have some objects to practice on as you definitely get more proficient and cleaner with practice. The Glock mag loaders are a great practice tool. Shipping it to a professional is also understandable. As far as stippling being a good upgrade, I say yes. For me grip is a necessity, I really like skateboard tape over stippling now days but stippling is way better than factory. The aesthetics are nice but the actual grip texture can improve your follow up shots dramatically. I say go for it!
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Re: Stippling question?

Postby Walther » Tue 23 May 2017 8:49 am

Thanks for the reply, I think I will check these guys out.
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