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Old 11-20-2011, 03:04 AM   #1
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Default First time detail stripping my glocks

Thats why i love glocks , simple, reliable and exstreamly easy to maintain, rugged and accurate, they can take a beating and will all ways work. Who eles is with me!!!!! Take it from me 17 & 23 lover....

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Old 11-20-2011, 05:19 AM   #2
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What did u do to make those marking whitish visible like that? Lovin it!



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I am guessing white nail polish? Correct me if I'm wrong...

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Yes, its nail polish.

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Yes, its nail polish.

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I find it funny that our ladies have a hard time keeping their nails from chipping, but we use the same stuff on guns and it does pretty well.
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Its not nail polish guys, a lil crayon works wonders. And it holds up to range use i havent had any problems with it yet..

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It can be crayons and nail polish. Most people just use
Crayola and wipe off the excess. I'm new to glocks too. Glock 23 gen3 owner now. Thing seems reliable as hell.

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It can be crayons and nail polish. Most people just use
Crayola and wipe off the excess. I'm new to glocks too. Glock 23 gen3 owner now. Thing seems reliable as hell.
I guess you just didn't notice, it's his guns. He knows what he put on them. I've used white crayon on my MN to make the markings stand out. I just get it the gun slightly warm with a lighter and then rub it in
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white crayon works too...i done it to my glock before and it cleans off easy.

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YES!!! i love the fact that i can detail strip my pistol and fix or clean whenever i need to. I think the frame is easier than the slide but i hear the frame can go thousands and thousands of rounds before it needs cleaning.



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