By John Crump
John Crump reviews one Glock handgun stippling service with great custom gun results.
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- I was looking over my gun collection and noticed how boring my generation 3 Glock 17 looked.
Other than Ameriglo night sights it was bone stock.
I decided that it would be my next custom firearm project. I am very hesitant about carrying a modified firearm, but since this will be a show pistol I decided “why not”.
Normally I go with a big company like Agency Arms. But this time I wanted to look for smaller companies that are ran by people chasing their American Dream.
To start this custom Glock build I decided to get the frame customized.
I knew this meant getting the Glock handgun stippling done.
I usually hate handgun stippling. This is mostly because most stipple jobs are done by someone with a soldering iron, like the Weller Wlc100 40-Watt Soldering Iron, after watching a couple of DIY Youtube videos. While there are some great Stippling Kits available, I just knew I didn’t want …Read the Rest