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Gold Inlay Kit for Blued Steel

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by .45's and .38's, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. .45's and .38's

    .45's and .38's Happy Valley OR Well-Known Member

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    I really like the look of the glocks with the "white stick" as they call it. But Ive been seeing online these kits from brownells. I think the other one is forster. It is a $20.00 Gold inlay Kit that you can put into your engravings or the letters on the slide. I have a Blued 1911 I think it would look great if done right. What do you all think of that Idea.
     
  2. ZachS

    ZachS Eugene/PDX Active Member

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    Link?
     
  3. .45's and .38's

    .45's and .38's Happy Valley OR Well-Known Member

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    I dont know how to post links. It is a Gold Inlay Kit. Im sure If you were to Google it, it would be right there. It just shows 3 little bottles that you mix together. I think it says it is 23KT .
     
  4. .45's and .38's

    .45's and .38's Happy Valley OR Well-Known Member

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    71 people and know one has done this?
     
  5. spookshack

    spookshack Forest Grove, OR Life Member Lifetime Supporter 2016 Volunteer

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    crabman21 Wilsonville,Ore Member

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    I haved used it and it is ok but in time it wears off. it is kind of messy too. dont get it on anything wood. like a kitchen table.:paranoid:
     
  7. PhysicsGuy

    PhysicsGuy Corvallis, OR Resident Science Nut

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    I guess no one out of the 71 are fans of the bling :D
     
  8. huntpotter

    huntpotter SW WA Negotiator Bronze Supporter

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    I don't think I'ld do that to my perfectly good gun.
    Sounds messy, and like crabman says, it wears off.

    Maybe you should get some pearlite grips, gold plate your trigger, gold plate your hammer, get a gold chain lanyard.

    That might spiff it up.

    Check out this one.
    http://v4.beta.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=146268482
     
  9. .45's and .38's

    .45's and .38's Happy Valley OR Well-Known Member

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    So I take that as a "stay far away". Thanks
     
  10. madcratebuilder

    madcratebuilder Ardenwald, OR Well-Known Member

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    It's your gun, do what you want. If you do the proper prep it does not come off very easy. Can look goon on some guns, others not so good. There are some brand names I would not highlight.
     
  11. rudedog04

    rudedog04 oregon-roseburg Member

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    heres an example xbolt.jpg
     
  12. .45's and .38's

    .45's and .38's Happy Valley OR Well-Known Member

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    Nice. So what did you use to do that job?
     
  13. OregonJohn

    OregonJohn Sutherlin, Or Bronze Life Member #1 Lifetime Supporter

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    Rudedog, You Pimp.
     
  14. rudedog04

    rudedog04 oregon-roseburg Member

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    got it at bimart PB140006.jpg