I had a crazy idea

I had a crazy idea

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    I had a crazy idea

    I was thinking about getting a small file out and attempting to do some edge breaking on my XSE. The edges on that baby are sharp enough to shave with, that and its tearing the holster I got from Chris all to shreds. Here is what I am starting out with, hopefully I won't butcher it to bad.



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    Could stone it instead or break out the dremel with the buffing wheel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    Could stone it instead or break out the dremel with the buffing wheel
    Me and the dremel don't really get along well, every time I use the darn thing things get out of control I may try stoning it before I get crazy with the file.

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    i need to do a springer just havent got round to it yet

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    oO( be a damm nice lookin pistol if ya would take them pimp griips off ) LOL aside from the chitty comment yea melt it , it dont take a lot of break the edges to make a real differance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Repairs
    oO( be a damm nice lookin pistol if ya would take them pimp griips off ) LOL
    I took the rosewood grips off and put them on my mill spec cause the XSE needs some front strap checkering if I left the rosewood grips on. Plus they look good on the mill-spec.


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    well damm bud if your outa grips send me a pm with snail mail info , i think i got a junk set of coco bolo or something that would look good on stainless arround lol

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    I know the Rosewood grips that came on the XSE look better, but the houges fit my hand better, and feel more comfy.
    This is what it looked like when I bought it.


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    Well plastic grips , your half way there bud , next year ill sell/trade ya a glock lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Repairs
    Well plastic grips , your half way there bud , next year ill sell/trade ya a glock lol
    Its all about the fit man, dosn't matter what it looks like as long as it fits your hand. Plus no one's going to see it (other than you guys and my Wife)

    Glocks-- NEVER

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    ohh youll get a glock eventually Bruce

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    roflmao bruce i am honored , but would politely decline to see all your wife does , anyway nice pistol , and yea break the edges and put a melt job on it cause it aint worth chit unless it wears as good as it looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    ohh youll get a glock eventually Bruce
    Glock-- NEVER EVER, EVER, don't like the way they "feel", don't like the way the look, don't like tuperware unless I'm using it for cooking or storing food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruces45
    Glock-- NEVER EVER, EVER, don't like the way they "feel", don't like the way the look, don't like tuperware unless I'm using it for cooking or storing food.
    blah blah i have 2 of um and 5 1911's nothing wrong with um good hi cap guns

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    I would go with a Sig Pro before a Glock

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