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  1. skyrider1

    Silenced Guns Picture Thread

    That is pretty awesome. Is the burnt look from the black anodization changing colors?
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    1911 Picture Thread

    Then put suppressors on it .
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    Glock Picture Thread

    Yep, you've posted that before. I remember because those were the pictures that motivated me to stipple my g19. Amazing work. I think I may end up going back and doing more re-contouring on my g19 frame though as I didn't shape it much before. Then finish off with re-stippling again. It's a time consuming process with my single tip soldering iron but it is worth it. I agree about the random pattern being best. It looks more professional because in general trying to get a pattern perfect is impossibly by hand and will just look tacky. I'd definitely recommend going random. I also went with super small tip/holes as it gives a grip tape like feel. Tape helps get suuuuper clean edges too.
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    Glock Picture Thread

    Doesn't happen to me but I have one of the older frames.
  5. skyrider1

    1911 Picture Thread

    I'd check the rocket valve and components inside the nozzle. Those are the workings that deal with gas flow to the BB then diverting it to the piston. Sounds like there is some issue there.
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    Glock Picture Thread

    I have it but have not installed it yet. I think mine is having fitment issues due to the frame. I'll have to take a second look once I'm out of school. Just realized you removed the finger grooves too. Very clean.
  7. skyrider1

    Glock Picture Thread

    It seems you also have the issue with the serial plate. My serial plate does not fit properly in the guarder frame, going to need to take a dremel to parts of it.
  8. skyrider1

    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    Looks like a fenix tk15
  9. skyrider1

    Glock Picture Thread

    Interestingly though my guarder kitted g19 fits perfectly fine in a g19 safariland holster.
  10. skyrider1

    Glock Picture Thread

    Yep, my tm g17 with PGC slide will not fit into a normal g19/17 holster (safariland).
  11. skyrider1

    Glock Picture Thread

    RM, truly a custom build. Looks like you have really made that pistol work for you. Looks amazing! How do you like the grip without the grooves? oRb, very nice! Liking the RTF look. How are you liking the surefire ultra?
  12. skyrider1

    Glock Picture Thread

    Thanks for that. Been looking for the past few months.
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    Glock Picture Thread

    I went straight for the random pattern as trying to keep a line of dots probably would not work well for me. I just taped off the sides so I could have nice clean straight edges then went crazy with random dotting.
  14. skyrider1

    Glock Picture Thread

    Some updated pictures of my TM G19 (didn't get a chance to clean it before I took the crapy pics). Also it is missing the serial number plate. Otherwise this build is about done. Was a little nervous as it was my first time stippling but I like how it turned out (took a really long time though to get the texture I wanted, a very fine one). I was planning on stippling the G17 at the same time but it is such a long process so I'll have to put that off for another day. Removed the finger grooves too. May go back to touch up a few spots. Might also removed a little bit of material under the trigger guard. Fits in a safariland als holster perfectly (guarder slide and frame). Interestingly my tm g17 (pgc slide and guarder frame is a very tight fit, stock KJW g23 is also a very tight fit).
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    Glock Picture Thread

    Yea I assume they will make the frame at some point. They seem to be rolling out a lot of glock products. Yea, I am using an AIP BBU in my g19 right now. Stock BBU is about 52 grams IIRC, AIP is about 25 grams.
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