Colored Lettering on Handguns?

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    That looks surprisingly good...
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    I generally don't show my guns, but if I do the big hole in the end is probably all that they will notice.
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    There are enough letters in Glock I could even do a rainbow...hmm....

    It doesn't look that bad. I just don't have the time, or the inclination, to be painting/crayoning my guns.

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    Re: Colored Lettering on Handguns?

    Did this about 6 months ago in green. Turned out pretty good in my opinion and it holds up well. I did get some crazy looks when I bought the nail polish. But, I couldn't care less.



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    Colored Lettering on Handguns?

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    This is mine and it has lasted quite well, even when heating up the slide to break the seal on some red ThreadLoc which someone prior to me owning it had put on the sight screw (had to take off the rear site to finish my Apex Duty Carry Enhancement Kit installation.

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    Always been a crowd pleaser:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billb1960 View Post
    Always been a crowd pleaser:
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    Interesting HANDGUN you have there. Nicely concealed but would seem to be hard to carry into stores.
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    I did my AR-15 and my glock 36 with model enamel, I'd post pictures but im at the office. Its the same process as doing it with fingernail polish.
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