Some Home-stippled Sig grips....(pictures)

Some Home-stippled Sig grips....(pictures)

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    Some Home-stippled Sig grips....(pictures)

    Hey guys,

    I just finished these up the other day. Just wanted to show them around a little bit before I send them off to the new owner.

    The texture is about like the sandpaper-grips, but not quite that aggressive. These won't tear up your clothes to CCW with. I just removed the 'smooth' sections on the factory grips, and textured all the way around for the most gripping surface possible..

    I am still trying to figure out the white balance with my camera, so bear with me on the photos..








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    Great work! If I didn't have wooden grips on my Sig, it would be on it's way to you!
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    Very nice job.
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    Looks great!
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    Very nice job indeed.
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    Very nice job!
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    The most important thing on something like this is to make them not look garish and gawdy looking....that my friend looks factory. Very well done.
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    That looks sweet!

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    How much would you charge to do my factory P229 grips?

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    So what did you use to make such small holes?
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    Great!

    I've wondered if skateboard tape on the front edge of the grip area would damage a nitron 'blued' finish if removed after a short, or long period of time...
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    Very good job
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    It amazes me how you all can do this with that level of patern consistency. Someone on here done this with a soldering iron and t looked fantastic. Hats off to you..
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    Nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddy345 View Post
    How much would you charge to do my factory P229 grips?
    maddy,

    I sent you a PM. Don't know if I'm allowed to say in the open forum.

    Thanks everybody. Yes, I used a soldering iron for this as well as my work on Glocks, XDs, etc..



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