This is a discussion on I melted my gun! within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Nice job!...
Reckon you're outa bullets, you could just scrub a person to death with it. Looks nice though. Real different.
I REALLY like it.
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Wow that is great work! I would be in a world of hurt if I tried it, and I consider myself handy with a soldering iron. You should add to your post, DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME AS IT COULD CAUSE POSSIBLE SUDDEN DEATH IF YOU SCREW UP. ONLY TRAINED PROFESSIONALS ARE ADVISED TO PROCEED! Seriously that is awesome!
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I would not attempt that, but what you have done looks great!
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You have to much time on your hands. Looks great. Nice job.
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You did a good job on that. Look great.
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Looks good! Great job!
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looks like it grew a beard
Lookin good, a lot of grip and it won't slip off like a rubber slip on grip
There is something about firing 4,200 thirty millimeter rounds/min that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Good job. Takes a bit of courage to dive in with a soldering iron, doesn't it?
It's funny, but just the past couple of days I have wondered about a custom stippling job on the P2000SK.
What I'd love to achieve is a mild melting that includes a slight reshaping and grip size reduction, along with a stippling job that looks something like this (see below, which is a photo of someone's Glock on the internet that was stippled).
Imagine ... never slipping due to sweat, water, blood, whatever.
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If I had a camera I would show you my XDm I stippled a few weeks ago. Not nearly as well as yours. I just did the high points on the grip, went up around the grip safety, and the thumb rests. Nicely done!
Looks great. When are you taken orders ?.
WOW. Looks great.
You've got b*lls man. Congrats.
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