I have done mine and would like to share pics. Thanks.
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That is one of the best looking (and functioning I would imagine) home stipple jobs I have ever seen. Excellent work sir.My G22 I did.
I've used tape on a couple of mine and while it definitely works, it sometimes tends to flip up on the edges and then it can collect dirt and dust on those edges. It is a great option if you don't want to make any permanent alterations though.How about skateboard grit tape?? Does that work?
I used a grip made from a company called 'Talon' before I stippled my grip. It comes pre cut to your specific model and fits like a glove. I loved them and used them until the very day that I stippled my grip.. they only cost $10 and usually last about 6 month's before they start to have the surface rub off (assuming you carry on a daily basis)MiguelAngel said:How about skateboard grit tape?? Does that work?
If your thinking of stippling your grip, go to the local gun shop and ask him to call a buddy up there who has it done lol... That's what I did. You can watch all the video's you want and examine every picture on Google but, that won't give you the feel in your hand...once I felt it for myself, it was a no brainer. I used the Glock factory case (on the inside) to practice on and got the technique down after 10 minutes. If you take your time and remain calm when doing it, it will turn out good. When your done with it and you think the grip is too rough, don't freak out.. all you have to do is grab some light grit sand paper and take it down a notch...I actually used my Talon grip that I had just removed to get any burs (if any).mlawrence said:Yes it does help