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ADD made me do it

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Josh Aston, Sep 21, 2006.

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  1. Josh Aston

    Josh Aston Member

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    I was watching a movie last night and got bored, this was the result.

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  2. EdLaver

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    nice grips, what was the total?:D
     
  3. Josh Aston

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    Not exactly sure, but IIRC the woodburner was about $15. It only took about 15 minutes.
     
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    Nice job. VERY nice job. I really like working on my own guns and managed a stock reduction on a Glock Model 36 that looks like a pro did it. I used a tutorial based at Brownell's that gives very detailed step-by-step instructions.
     
  5. Josh Aston

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    I've used that before too, in fact that's where I found out how easy it is to stipple plastic grips.
     
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    i like it good job!
     
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    I think it is a great picture as well !


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    Nice job - nice photo!
     
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    Nice. How do they feel?
     
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    I don't know if I should recommend a medication adjustment or congratulate you! :D ;)
     
  11. Josh Aston

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    Not sharp like the stock checkering was, feels kind of smooth against the skin until pressure is applied and then it provides a much better grip than the checkering did.

    And I think I do need a medication adjustment. I almost didn't finish it, about ten minutes into it got bored again, but hey I couldn't leave it half done, so I went ahead and finished it. :)
     
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