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AdamSean said:
If you mean the shape of the stippling outline, I use the existing outline the gun already has and expand on it. If you mean the texture pattern, its just tiny dot next to tiny dot. That is why it takes such a long time. If you are going to try it, I highly recommend practicing on a piece of plastic that is scrap or something. The texture is raised from the plastic as it melts. You don't have to press hard either, just a light tap and it will melt a tiny dot. I do recommend that you apply your dots at random intervals and not in a line. The line is faster, but shows up as tiny lines. The random intervals look more like sandpaper.
I did my 1911, gock 22, cz 075 phantom.
 

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Nice! I did the Nano in such a pattern to make it look cool too. The DB380 I just wanted to enhance the grip. That way one handed shooting will be easier to control. The same with the Taurus TCP. I just sold it to a guy who loved the feel. He replaced it with the one he was currently carrying. The Sig was the first and kind of a guinea pig. That's my beater gun anyway.
I like the feel a lot better. My mom said it tears up her hands lol.
 
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