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Old 02-02-2012, 11:32 PM   #11
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Looks good.

play the victim, be the victim



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Old 02-02-2012, 11:45 PM   #12
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Looks good, purehavoc, and I bet it makes a real difference too!
Yeah , you don't want to do it anywhere on a stock where u might put ur face , that's bad news


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Yeah , you don't want to do it anywhere on a stock where u might put ur face , that's bad news
or a real lazy way to shave......
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I did the ribs on factory hand guards and those are like velcro on ur gloves , no slippage !!!








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Ha! That's awesome dude! Careful though, there are some things that don't need to be stippled, like toilet paper. Just thought I'd point that out because you seem to be on a roll!

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Looks good Pure. I may have to find an iron and give it a try.

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Thanks guys, I only did the lower part of the MOE handguard thats really all I grip .The factory handguards are coming off that rifle as I have another set on the way for it so I figured why not . Im all done except maybe a few more PMags but I think those are a different type of poly it was alot tougher to melt and took longer than the hand guards . your gloves will grip really well to it as well as bare handed and my biggest notice was with the factory hand guards bare handed the factory grips are super smooth and very slick , that material was a little bit softer and easier to melt and grips a little bit better than the magpul stippled stuff .

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may be asking a lot, but gd...I think I'm gonna do that to all my pmags.

think you can post a vid or some hot steamy stippling action?

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may be asking a lot, but gd...I think I'm gonna do that to all my pmags.

think you can post a vid or some hot steamy stippling action?

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hot steamy stippling action LOL
I am going to do another PMag over my lunch and I will record it and post it up , its a very very very simple method
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just wanna see how long and fast you poke it.....



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