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Old 10-07-2011, 03:11 AM   #1
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Just got done stippling my CZ 75 sp-01 phantom. Feels awesome. Will post pics tomorrow. Any questions if your thinking about doing it yourself hit me up.

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Old 10-10-2011, 06:20 AM   #2
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I taught myself how. Absolutely love the results! Now in the process of doing 3 others for friends and family.

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without pictures, it didn't happen!!

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Here u go. Took about 4.5 hours.

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Full frame stippling, trigger housing rounded, mag well cut outs, frame grip reduction,

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@willfully armed, that looks pretty good. Almost snake skin-Ish. I took my idea from a boss of mine who has a Bowie tactical G19.

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Can't really say I like that, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And I can definitely see the benefits of it. If a person can't get a grip on either one of these then they should just give up.

How do Y'all still have skin on your hands?

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@trip, after I did my "tree bark" patterned one I sanded it down so the grip isn't nearly as severe as it looks. I've never tried the snake skin style that willfullyarmed did. But I shot with my pattern before I did it and it is really comfortable. I conceal in Colorado, it can go from 90 to 30 in an hour so I wanted something with good grip in rain, shine, cold, or hot.

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That's my Idpa gun. Looks are nothing. Function is everything.

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