I got a bunch of questions on my custom Glock/Fauxland Special build on how to do the stippling. In this video I'll show you what I did to prep the frame for stippling, and also a couple helpful tips to avoid a $#!t show. I'd say it's a requirement on many polymer guns, minus a few exceptions like the M&P 2.0.
The line patterned stippling can be done in an many ways and is a little less aggressive on clothing and skin than dot stippling, at the expense of grippyness. The dot type stippling is easier to gum up (clean it with a tooth brush) but really helps lock your hand in place. Which one is right for you?
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