Totally agree. His gun, his choices, and I hope he loves it.Hey its his gun...
I think if you were smart about it, you'd have traded it off for something else and made some money on it. But, thats just me.
Totally agree. And if one doesn't care for the taste of a hard-to-find bottle of $29 Weller bourbon, and chooses to mix three bottles of it with thirty liters of Coca-Cola, drop in a twenty pound bag of ice, and serve it at a college party they have every right to do that! Enjoy!Too many acting as though OP committed an act of sacrilege.
Removing the RTF2 texture isn’t everyone’s cup-o-tea, just as RTF2 turned out not to be OP’s cup-o-tea.
Please post a link to $100 RTF2 frames...
Ive been carrying/shooting just that, for about a decade now, and haven't found that to be the case. I think, like the stippled guns, the texture "wears" or "dulls" over time, and isn't quite as aggressive as when new.Any civilian who tried carrying a 2009 vintage RTF2 gun on a regular basis would likely concur (my hand raised).
Totally agree. It isn't for me, but I can appreciate the time and effort that went into it. There is craftsmanship invested in that effort. It looks good.I`ve never been a fan of modifying frames and grips, but DAMN! Thats a nice lookin job!!!
As long as YOU`RE happy with it, thats all that should matter!