I stippled my p95....

I stippled my p95....

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    I stippled my p95....

    I got my p95 back from ruger and decided to stipple it. It had zero traction Soni gave it a whirl. I know it is not everyone's cup of tea but I have to say the results came out quite well . What do you guys think ?



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    Looks like a nice and even job, what did you use to create this stipple job? Also , why stipple the rear frame near the hammer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky View Post
    Looks like a nice and even job, what did you use to create this stipple job?
    I'm wondering the same thing. I'd like to try my hand at it with some Sig grip panels.
    I'm not saying we should kill all the stupid people. I'm saying remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky View Post
    Looks like a nice and even job, what did you use to create this stipple job? Also , why stipple the rear frame near the hammer?
    i used a weller soldering iron with a fine tip. The polymer of the p95 melts at a higher temp so it did minor melt to the surface of the gun. I stippled the area near the hammer purely for visual flow of the stippling job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurahe View Post
    I got my p95 back from ruger and decided to stipple it. It had zero traction Soni gave it a whirl. I know it is not everyone's cup of tea but I have to say the results came out quite well . What do you guys think ?



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    I think it looks great. I do not have the patience for that type of job though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morbidrealities View Post
    I think it looks great. I do not have the patience for that type of job though.
    Lol... it took a couple of hours but it was worth it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurahe View Post
    Lol... it took a couple of hours but it was worth it

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    I'm about 100% sure I would have thrown something after about a half hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morbidrealities View Post
    I'm about 100% sure I would have thrown something after about a half hour.
    It wasn't bad... I pulled up justified on the computer and relaxed

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    From reading the thread title I didn't think I'd like it but it looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurahe View Post
    It wasn't bad... I pulled up justified on the computer and relaxed

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    I would not have added the back or the dust cover , trigger guard stippling , but to each his own.
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    Nice workmanship but I think I would have confined the handiwork to just the grip areas.
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