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There is no shame in admitting your glock was in a fire.

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by RYT 2BER, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Foxtrotx1

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    Stippling: when you absolutely must reduce the value of your gun forever to anyone but a select few and your self.
     


  2. kodiakpb

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    It's a shame...WWG does really good work on Marlins.
     
  3. wow... WWG is a pretty good shop, I wonder if this is a consignment deal...

    *EDIT* I was in the other day and didn't see this sitting out, so either they have this at the Vegas store or they have some kind of separate location where they keep online sales.
     
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2012
  4. firstg19

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    i can't believe they did that to a second gen glock.:wow:
     
  5. leper65

    leper65 Gun Nut

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    Looks like it was set on fire and then put out with an ice pick.
     
  6. JBnTX

    JBnTX Texas

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    That poor butchered up Glock is not worth 370.00 dollars, when you can buy a new one for about 500.00 dollars.
     
  7. TTex

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    Is'nt that a shame, your on guard duty, practicing your aim, when you suffer from a bout of spontanious human combustion and all that is left is your trusty Glock pistol!
     
  8. JBS

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  9. poodleplumber

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    If my wife was in a fire and came out looking like that I would still love her. If the same thing happened to my pistol I would throw it away and buy a new one.
     
  10. TexasPOff

    TexasPOff "Dump The Hump"

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    I would venture that is a Robar reduced G20. Alaska PD at one time allowed officers to have grip reductions done to their duty weapons. The pistols were issued by the department so it was a pretty big deal. They issued G21 and G22 if memory serves, and the one company they allowed to the work was Robar. Because the seller is in Alaska, I would guess it;s previous owner had seen one of the Alaska PD Robar guns and decided he wanted it done to his G20. Just an uneducated republican guess.....:tongueout: TXPO


    FYI The texturing on that 20 was done by applying epoxy over the grip.
     

  11. If that's Robars work, the should be ashamed. :puking:
     
  12. TK-421

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    Umm, eww? I'd ask what kind of person in their right mind would do such a thing, but then I realized that person obviously wasn't in their right mind when they did it. :whistling:
     
  13. WinterWizard

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    Yep. I hate grip reductions and/or stippling. Looks like a ruined gun to me. I don't care if it makes it grippier or feel better. Ruined gun in my book.