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Old 01-15-2012, 08:20 PM   #21
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Nice gun, I like it. Does it come in a threaded barrel model?

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Old 01-16-2012, 12:42 AM   #22
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Nice gun, I like it. Does it come in a threaded barrel model?
I don't think so. All I have seen are the full size and the carry like mine. Both are Identical except for size.

Sure wouldn't mind getting a threaded barrel soon.
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Hey frantz, that STX really needs those woods grips! They are in the words of Eric Cartman, "Super Sweet!"

Wonder how they would look on my Scorpion? Can anybody super impose? I have no ideal how to on my mac. Just picked up another 100 rounds of 230gr Winchester for range tomorrow.

AznZohan, The Scorpion has the Cerakote finish that will protect the frame and slide like powder coat does for pool side furniture. I think this gun might take what you dish out.
To be honest bro, I wanted smooth but some texture for drawing purposes. The alumagrips offer both. Smooth in half the grip with textured the other half. And I'm a "black" kinda guy anyways. I think the overall look of mine came out perfect. I would like some black wood grips. Thinking about getting some Wilson combats with the medallion. But ill probably just stick with the alumagrips for awhile.
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To be honest bro, I wanted smooth but some texture for drawing purposes. The alumagrips offer both. Smooth in half the grip with textured the other half. And I'm a "black" kinda guy anyways. I think the overall look of mine came out perfect. I would like some black wood grips. Thinking about getting some Wilson combats with the medallion. But ill probably just stick with the alumagrips for awhile.
Dont get me wrong, your setup is tight! Real tight, I just loves those grips! When you're ready for next pair of grips hit me with a dollar amount for the Sig wood ones. See if I can get you close to your next pair.
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Dont get me wrong, your setup is tight! Real tight, I just loves those grips! When you're ready for next pair of grips hit me with a dollar amount for the Sig wood ones. See if I can get you close to your next pair.
Make me an offer bro and they're yours.
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