Yes. Very nice.
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Yes. Very nice.
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I've been wanting to do this to my 2nd gen 17 but I'm scared to do it myself and don't want to not have a EDC while I send it off.
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It looks a lot better than I thought it would as I usually don't like most Glock conversions. The duracoat looks good and I like the 26L engraving. Very unique gun.
Here is a few more pics.
I have also chopped M&P's. Still allows you to swap back straps.
Great save Lou! I'm not much of a polymer guy but your work with them and your cerakoting skills are incredible.
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I agree that was a great save. I find it interesting how you got that done. You never cease to amaze me with the work you do.
Thats very good work, but I dont see anything wrong with a Glock as they are.
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Love the subdued grey on grey and the texture.
You did a great job with this Mod. Excellent work, on the 26L and the M&P both weapon look amazing.
Since it is "all about sight radius" on these grips chop jobs, why not take the 17 down to the 26 grip size? Any negatives on function?
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Quite impressive work. First time I've ever seen a Tootsie Roll used to prop up a gun.