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Stipling

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Sun 19 Aug 2012 11:32 pm

We offer stipling on polymer frames, most guns take 3 hours depending on coverage. This is a permanent grip enhancement not like skaters tape which has tendency to fall off. To see and feel finished product contact Rich @ Lock N Load Guns & Gear LLC 801-935-5795 Draper Utah
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Re: Stipling

Postby Sam Fidler » Mon 20 Aug 2012 12:20 am

After handling some stipled guns in Baton Rouge in August, I'm convinced that this is the best thing you can do to a polymer gun. Although I would argue that stipling the trigger guard would just cause chaffing on a couple fingers but adding it above the trigger just forward of the slide lock would give your thumb more traction to control recoil.
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Re: Stipling

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Mon 20 Aug 2012 1:35 am

This is my own personal gun, actually not to bad on hands at all. It's all in personal preference, I do them however customer wants. Trick is after stipple job is hitting it lightly with emery cloth.
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Re: Stipling

Postby Korben88 » Mon 20 Aug 2012 3:30 am

What do you charge for something like this?

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Re: Stipling

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Mon 20 Aug 2012 9:47 am

Korben88 wrote:What do you charge for something like this?

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My cost is $75.00 Glock Works and other places have been charging $165.00, Takes about 3 hours to do and few breaks in between as hands will get cramps
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