My XTP & Shark plus some Stippling

A few pics of my XTP & Shark.

Thought I would try my hand at stippling on the XTP, did a few days practice first to get it down pat but I reckon it looks sweet :sunglasses:





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Looks real good! How’d you do it?

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Soldering iron and careful patience :+1:

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Whoa baby that turned out so good. Well done, very neat.

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Beautiful, great workmanship, sweet as, and nicely done. I am a true believer when it comes to Grip mods, be it slip on rubber sleeves, pasted on silicone carbide granules, stick on grippy panels, or what we have here, stippling. They all have one benefit or another. Done right, as it is here, I prefer Stippling and in this dosage as well. Confidence hey, where do ya buy yours. Just awesome. :+1: What did you practice on?

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How do you use a soldering iron for stippling?

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Thanks !

I practiced on m4 grips since I have quite I few lying around :+1:

Blisters too prove it too :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:

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Need some meat on them bones :smiley:

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Oh fk, you know whats coming next don’t you :rofl: :rofl:

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Are you talking to me sausage fingers :rofl::rofl:

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Reckon you could fit a muzzletek to this

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and some stippling, I’m in! :rofl:

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That would be sippling not stippling :rofl:

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If it smells like chicken, you’re holding the wrong end of the soldering iron

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I knew it was coming as I was writing :joy:

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Well I’ll be…

Stippled! laughing (1)

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@Xetarat here is the stippling I mentioned

Thanks man.

I’m not sure if I would stipple tbh :thinking:

Your XTP looks awesome. Do you know if the CNC alloy slide is the same as the one that will come with the dragonfly? And does the recoil feel any different with it being aluminium instead of factory standard steel?

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