Any heat stippling creations?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by 66Goat389, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. 66Goat389

    66Goat389 New Member

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    Learned how, now no polymers are safe

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  2. Those are some good examples of "creation" but there have been quite a few examples of "stipple destruction" on here.
     

  3. 66Goat389

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    What got destroyed? All pieces here function like their supposed to. If not better. I enjoy doing this stuff. Obviously not for everyone. Mike P can you do better? Seen better by pros, but defiantly seen worse examples also...
     
  4. Dude, you read what I posted WAAAAAAAAAAY wrong. I gave you props for your examples but then stated about destruction being posted on here...........HINT: "HERE" BEING ON THE FORUM, not this thread.

    :rolleyes: Geeez
     
  5. Happysniper1

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    OK, 66Goat389, it did not look like his post was directed at you, but at another example of stippling in another thread.

    OK, Mike, let's all be cool.
     
  6. :confused: When was I not? I'm cooler than Eskimo ........errr can't say what I want to say on that one.;)
     
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  8. Saw that earlier. He's wanting IWB, can't help him with that one.{yet}
     
  9. 66Goat389

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    Oops.... What I meant to say was thanks.
     
  10. Happysniper1

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    So, tell me: did you use a soldering iron to do these?
     
  11. 66Goat389

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    Didn't use soldering iron, to long. Wood burning kit. Same thing but easier to manage.

    Wow I really did read Mike P's post completely wrong... Sorry dude.
     
  12. Happysniper1

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    Am curious to understand how this is done.

    Can you post pics of the tools you used? Thanks.
     
  13. 66Goat389

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    First learned of this technique in Recoil magazine. Man I want a subscription to that. Then youtube vids. And ideas from pictures on the internet.
     

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  14. 66Goat389

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    Just burn an outline border and fill in dot by dot.
     
  15. Happysniper1

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    and how long does THAT take to do?

    I am really liking the AR magazine...the stippled one, not the magazine cover, LOL
     
  16. 66Goat389

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    Funny... AR mag 3 hours. X box controller 3 hours. Pocket knife ten min. Glock maybe 2 hours. It's fun and anyone can do it
     
  17. Happysniper1

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    And you sanded it down with the dremel and sanding drum?
     
  18. 66Goat389

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    Only the trigger guard
     
  19. KeenansGarage

    KeenansGarage Hiding in plain sight....

    Yo Goat, those are great examples! You did good on that! I did laugh out loud at the Nintendo controller being stippled. You do excellent work. What did you do first to 'learn' how to stipple? Also, I want a subscription to the RECOIL magazine, I hope they stay in print.
     
  20. iamthedood

    iamthedood The dude: "This aggression will not stand, man."

    +1 on the recoil subscription & hoping it stays around.... That's an Xbox 360 controller