Practiced stippling !!! Not on gun yet

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    Actually the mouse now looks like an Owl.

    Looks good, now you're ready for the real deal on a gun.
    Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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    Cool! How long did it take? What tool did you use?

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    Took about 20 mins for that, using a soldering iron
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    I like the herringbone style pattern...looks much better than any other I've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I like the herringbone style pattern...looks much better than any other I've seen.
    For sure, this beats that ugly a** stick the burner in and hope for the best stuff I've been seeing lately. Nice job on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhuhn918 View Post
    Took about 20 mins for that, using a soldering iron
    Wow! I thought it would have been way longer. Also didn't know you could do these types of mods with a soldering iron.

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    Looking good.
    You're ready to do a firearm frame.
    Hey I keep losing my grip on my computer mouse. It just doesn't feel very secure in my hand sometimes.
    It keeps slipping in my hand when my hand gets sweaty especially on the LEFT CLICK.

    How much do you charge to stipple an average size mouse?

    Can I mail it directly to you or do I have to go through DELL?

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