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Hey guys, thought I would share some of my more recent framework with you all. Last time I made a similar post I got some great feedback from a few people about what they would like to see, and would find beneficial in a framework or stippling package.
Any feedback is appreciated!
I believe this frame has just under 250 rounds through it, generation 3 glock 17, it will come with the box and paperwork. Was going to go with a 17 but decided to go with a 19 for myself instead.