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I've made some changes to my formerly-stock Gen5 Glock 19 and more changes are on the way...

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I had good intentions of leaving this one stock.  And then I had the frame stippled by Jeck at Rocket City Stippling.  That was clearly the gateway drug to yet another pile of OEM parts left lying on my workbench.

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So can I just come visit you so you can take pictures of my guns? 🤣🤣

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7 hours ago, Chucktshoes said:

So can I just come visit you so you can take pictures of my guns? 🤣🤣

Sure!  I like taking pics of guns!  :D

 

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7 hours ago, MacGyver said:

That stippling is just about perfect. 

It really is.  Jeck @ Rocket City Stippling does amazing work.  I can't recommend him enough.

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19 hours ago, MacGyver said:

That stippling is just about perfect. 

It's hard to make a Glock pretty. I believe he's done it.

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1 hour ago, mikegideon said:

It's hard to make a Glock pretty. I believe he's done it.

For what he paid for it, it ought to be pretty...

:)

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10 minutes ago, MacGyver said:

For what he paid for it, it ought to be pretty...

:)

There's a lot of truth in that.  :)

 

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3 hours ago, MacGyver said:

For what he paid for it, it ought to be pretty...

:)

I figured it might be a little spendy.

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I have quite a few Zev slides. I think they make the most aesthetically pleasing slides. Just the right amount of flash without being gaudy.  I love the Enhanced Socom slides for duty because of the super aggressive texture and no slide openings.

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