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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by g17frantz, Aug 25, 2012.
Well as the title states, Whatcha guys think?
I think it looks great. G19 is one of my favorites.
Looks "all business". I like it.
Looks good brother
NIce work, looks good
I have considered hydro dipping my G23 frame
Looks great!! Did you do it yourself? How hard was it to do?
Did not do this one but have done many. No its not hard. Strip frame, blast frame about 30psi in blast cabinet, rub down a bunch with acetone to strip oils off, set up airbrushing equipment, mix your hardener with your Duracoat paint of choice, and spray! I usually do 2-3 coats. Clean the crap out of your airbrush gun, let paint cure for 3 weeks. Clean gun, put back together and wahlah! If you want a good finish, spend time doing your prep work.
You make it sound so easy!! NOT!! I guess it would be cheaper to let someone else do it than invest in a blast cabinet, air brush equipment, air compressor, etc. But thanks for the "How to".
Looks good, it would look a whole lot better if it wasn't a glock
You sir are a son of a b!
Yeah I told her that too but she didn't believe me
If my dog was that UGLY I'd shave her azz and teach her to walk backwards!
But of course you did start with a rather booring canvas...
Kidding man, I'm not a Glock guy but it looks like you did a good job!
Looks good bud.
As a Glock owner my question would be why? Is the Polymer frame not good enough in the stock form? What are the reasons for coating the frame?
Okay. I can understand that. I thought the coating had some functional purpose. Even though I prefer the stock look of the Glock frame, to each his own.
Wasn't trying to be a Jackass man, my bad. No purpose at all
I hear ya. If we all liked the same thing we would all be driving a black car. Or shooting a 1911.
Where did you get the stippling done on your grip? I would like to have my Glocks done.
Did that myself. Not that hard, just time consuming