Tcp stipple job

Discussion in 'Taurus Forum' started by cblowe13, Aug 26, 2013.

  1. cblowe13

    cblowe13 New Member

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    I believe this is the best stipple job I have done so far. It feels absolutely great. Better than any grip I've ever added.



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  2. cblowe13

    cblowe13 New Member

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    Thank you. Those mags were a pain but I think it's worth it.
     
  3. TX45

    TX45 New Member

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    Yep, I like it. [​IMG]
     
  4. cblowe13

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  5. JW357

    JW357 New Member

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    Looks nice. I've only stippled my M&P9c so far. If i ever do another gun, I will do slightly smaller holes for a little less aggressive grip. Mine is very functional, but I think it could be just as functional and a little more comfortable. Here's mine.

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    Yours looks very nice. Good job.
     
  6. cblowe13

    cblowe13 New Member

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    Yours looks great to. I like the aggressive look since it is a bigger gun. I think on a smaller gun like mine it might look a little ridiculous. But I would say you did a great job as well. Do the m&p have the trigger safety recall thing going on to like the shield.
     
  7. JW357

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    Thanks.

    No, I haven't heard of one yet. But I did the test on mine just like the videos for testing the Shield said to do. Mine is good, as is my wife's.

    I think you're right about the stippling. A more aggressive approach looks better on a bigger gun than on a smaller gun.

    But I think less aggressive stippling on a big gun would look good, just as it would on a smaller gun.
     
  8. cblowe13

    cblowe13 New Member

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    That's always good to hear. And I agree 100% with that. Smaller works on everything.
     
  9. NickFroelich

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    Here is a PF9 I stippled last week


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  10. Kansas

    Kansas New Member

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    Those all look excellent.i've thought about tying a stipple job but I'm just worried about ruining my guns in case I screw it up. Any tips on how to not do that?


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  11. purehavoc

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    If its to aggressive , take a piece of emery cloth and knock down the sharps . I did this on a Magpul hand guard and its great with gloves but brutal on bare hands so I knocked all the sharp edges off and its comfortable on bare hands now but still functional
     
  12. NickFroelich

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    Take your time. Don't rush it. Don't need to press too hard either. Just a light touch. And don't stipple in lines. Here's a video I made a while back showing my first stipple job. [ame]http://youtu.be/4IcGWtWneA0[/ame]


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  13. NickFroelich

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    Here's another PF9 I did yesterday ImageUploadedByFirearms Talk1407240817.429282.jpg


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  14. ironmike0311

    ironmike0311 New Member

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    These are excellent examples of good work , grip texture has always been my displeasure with my pt709 and 24/7 oss ds. I'm usually pretty creative in my diy but for whatever reason this never crossed my mind.