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Old 08-27-2013, 01:11 AM   #31
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I'm quite impressed. Can anyone tell me how to get mine like that; I'm a bit confused on how to properly fabricate my frame into looking like a fresh turd.
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Are you talking about the stippling on the grip or the slightly rounded trigger guard?
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If I were to do this, I would use the snap saw, files and tools as noted in http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f56/glock-de-horn-95989/#post1347783

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Are you talking about the stippling on the grip or the slightly rounded trigger guard?
Well the thread is about the trigger guard . . . .
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Well the thread is about the trigger guard . . . .
Yes well to me the trigger guard wasn't a whole lot different than the other picture you posted, so I assumed such a minuscule difference couldn't bother anyone. Then, based off that, I assumed you thought stippling was called de-horning. So I needed clarification.
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It turns out there is a tool for this. It is a dehorning saw.. surprised me.

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Yes well to me the trigger guard wasn't a whole lot different than the other picture you posted, so I assumed such a minuscule difference couldn't bother anyone. Then, based off that, I assumed you thought stippling was called de-horning. So I needed clarification.
Minuscule difference? I think maybe a little more than that.

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Minuscule difference? I think maybe a little more than that.
*sigh* I just left the ridiculous thread about high capacity. I'm not getting into a semantics discussion again.
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*sigh* I just left the ridiculous thread about high capacity. I'm not getting into a semantics discussion again.
Be my guest. I just wanted opinions on how to do this.
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