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About garry

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    I'll be back!

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  • Airsofter since
    The day dot
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    Hindhead, Surrey
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    Guns, Guitars, watches, motorbikes, Beer, martial arts, aircraft & flying.

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  1. garry

    King Arms Colt Single Action

    I'd be interested in an update as well tbh..
  2. garry

    SIG Picture Thread

    Thanks mate. They are hydro dipped, then coated in 2k matt clear coat. Takes a couple of hours per pair, but worth it imo.
  3. garry

    Beretta Picture Thread

    Hi mate. It's a Marui US M9. The grips are the originals which I hydro dipped and then applied a 2k matt clear coat.
  4. garry

    Beretta Picture Thread

    Beretta US M9. I've refinished the oem grips and cut the barrel back. One of my fave all time guns, but never liked the protruding barrel.
  5. garry

    Beretta Picture Thread

    Damn, that box is cool!
  6. garry

    SIG Picture Thread

    P229 - Grips finished in Burr Walnut
  7. garry

    SIG Picture Thread

    KJ P226 with refinished grips..
  8. garry

    Grip Ideas

    Go for it mate and let us know what you think.
  9. garry

    Grip Ideas

    If you're talking about the Sig, I don't have a before. However, the grips looked like cheap plastic and felt like it. Now they look more like hard rubber and don't feel plasticky (if that makes sense)
  10. garry

    Grip Ideas

    Faux wood on TM US M9
  11. garry

    Grip Ideas

    Better pics......
  12. garry

    Grip Ideas

    Dunno yet mate. However, if it does wear you can peel it off and go again.
  13. garry

    Grip Ideas

    So, I didn't really like the grips on my new KJW P226 - looked and felt plasticky. You can get this stuff called Plastidip. It's basically a spray on rubber coating. I gave the grips 4 light coats and a final wet coat. The grips now not only don't look like plastic, they don't feel like it either and much more grippy. The picture is a bit pants, I'll try to get a better one tomorrow. Also, I've used a faux wood finish a few times to good effect and has a few advantages. 1. You don't have to buy wood grips 2. On TM's you can retain the grip weights, so not making the gun lighter by fitting wood ones. 3. No fettling to make them fit. I did this on my TM US M9, but don't have any pics (I may get some tomorrow). In the meantime I've attached a pic of a Umarex 586 which I did it to.
  14. garry

    KJW P226 E2 Grips

    Thanks again - worked a treat mate.
  15. garry

    KJW P226 E2 Grips

    Thanks Buddy, I'll give that a go.

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