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I received my Slide and Barrel for my Glock 23 Gen4 today from Nukinfuts29. I had sent them to him for polishing. Any of you members thinking of having this process done Nukinfuts29 does a super job at a very reasonable cost. I'm very satisfied with the job he has performed. Check it out from the posted pics.

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Thanks again for doing a super job.

Joe
 

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My eyes, my eyes! I'm blind! Abomination!

LOL! JK. To each his own, or so I'm told. I'm glad you've got her/him back in one piece.
 

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He charged $60.00 for both the Slide and Barrel including return shipping. Like I said very reasonable and great work. He's a member so if y'all want it done you can contact him on the Forum.

Joe
 

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Pretty damn snazzy! Nice work Nukin!
 

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Nice, how much he charge? Turn around time? Thinking of getting my G21 barrel and slide done.
Turn around time is usually around 7 days, the last few have taken a bit longer with my newborn at home. $60 is the pricing for members here, for more details check out the polishing thread in the vendor section :)

My eyes, my eyes! I'm blind! Abomination!

LOL! JK. To each his own, or so I'm told. I'm glad you've got her/him back in one piece.
The polish I recommend for most people is what I call a Range Polish. This leaves the top, fins/ribs, and rear plate in the factory black. This eliminates the potential for sun glare issues and is how I polish most of my personal guns.

I do not discourage those who want the complete polish though, because it's a wild look for sure! The pictures really don't do it justice.

Turned out very nice !!

Congrats...
Pretty damn snazzy! Nice work Nukin!
Thanks ;)
 

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nukinfuts29 said:
Turn around time is usually around 7 days, the last few have taken a bit longer with my newborn at home. $60 is the pricing for members here, for more details check out the polishing thread in the vendor section :)

The polish I recommend for most people is what I call a Range Polish. This leaves the top, fins/ribs, and rear plate in the factory black. This eliminates the potential for sun glare issues and is how I polish most of my personal guns.

I do not discourage those who want the complete polish though, because it's a wild look for sure! The pictures really don't do it justice.

Thanks ;)
Ok here's another pic hope this pic does it justice

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Looks great! Cant wait to get mine done!!
 

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absolutely my man, I will
 
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