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    Default wood burner for stippling?

    Anyone own a wood burner that has temperature settings for stippling a glock?

    Instead of paying the 2-400$ to have someone melt holes into plastic , i will let my ocd and time and do it myself..

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    A soldering iron from Radio Shack does just fine without any control. The stippling is controlled by pressure as the tip melts in.

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    Tough to find something that replicates your gun frame, but make sure you practice on something first. I used a glock mag base pad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queen Bee View Post
    Anyone own a wood burner that has temperature settings for stippling a glock?

    Instead of paying the 2-400$ to have someone melt holes into plastic , i will let my ocd and time and do it myself..
    What kind of wood burner? Everyone I know who does it themselves uses a soldering iron....
    Quote Originally Posted by CRSIII View Post
    Bite me Saudi shitheads!

    Things people around here need to keep in mind:
    1. There is no such thing as a "Pre-ban" Glock!
    2. If you don't know the law, stop "quoting" it or making up interpretations. Don't be that a-hole!

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