Stipple job Glock 19

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Clpbrownusmc, Nov 6, 2014.

  1. Clpbrownusmc

    Clpbrownusmc
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    hello everyone, I'm looking for someone who can do a stipple job on my Glock 19. I work outside in the rain and need the extra grip. Any information would help.
     
  2. Lange22250

    Lange22250
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    Buy an airsoft pistol and a soldering iron with a needle and flat tip. Next practice a bit on the airsoft gun and you will see it's so easy that paying someone to do it's a waste.

    I re profile my gen 3's and get rid of the finger groves and relive under trigger guard prior to stippling. Another thing to not do is take the texturing all the way up the back strap. The area that the web between the thumb and trigger finger contacts should not be stippled for comfort.
     
  3. 2Wheels4Ever

    2Wheels4Ever
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    It sure takes a while but you can do it yourself. Here is mine that I did a while back. I practiced on Ar15 grips and hand-guards. No need to buy an airsoft gun.


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  4. rjfleming

    rjfleming
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    I chickened out on doing it my self so I looked around on the net. I had both of my G-17s done by coldborecustom.com. In addition to the stippling I had the grip shortened to G-19 size and the finger groves removed. Very good work
     
  5. 2Wheels4Ever

    2Wheels4Ever
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    Also, don't stipple under the trigger guard. I ended up sanding that part off as it was not comfortable at all. I really like how the stippling adds grip, but I will say that when I carry concealed, the texture is very rough and rubs your skin in a bad way. I ended up taking some fine sand paper and softening up the left side of the frame a bit. It still looks the same, but the high spots that make it very aggressive are gone.
     
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  6. mrblond

    mrblond
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    Or just get some Talon grips.
     
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