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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by hunt_ak, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. hunt_ak

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    Yikes! They butchered that glock. I definetly would not let them touch any gun that I own.
     

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    Belt sander+Dremel+soldering iron+Glock=Disaster

    Those poor disfigured Glocks
     
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    I didn't think it looked too bad... UNTIL I looked at the "trigger guard modification". Now THAT was a hacked up job! They didn't even bother to smooth it out!
     
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    I just showed my wife and she said she would cry if she got a glock back like that. It appears they went through a fire or something...

    And those are their "check out our work" pictures...I would hate to see their 'practice' guns....
     
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    No doubt! If you look at the one where you see the end of the magwell, its all choppy as well...

    Hands down worst I've seen...
     
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    Wow:wow: Dat looky like poopoo!
    (Tarnhelm)
     
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    I agree that looks nasty.....:wow: But I have to ask this question. doesn`t heating this material with soldering irons or what ever someone decides to use make patterns on the frame brittle ?? I`ve heard guy`s saying they use a soldering iron to create the pattern they like on the gripframe... my experience with this kinda material always ends up with it being harder/brittle afterwards. Can this cause the frame to weaken in the area thats being heated ??? many plastic/polymer I`ve tried to weld useing a Brand Name Plastic/polymer welder worked somewhat but in the end the quality wasn`t there and it was much harder then the original polymer/plastic substrate.

    I would be affraid of even doing anything like this to begin with.
     
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    Uhg! And right before dinner too! :puking:
     
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    From the Tarnhelm web site:
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    I would trust my 5 year old with my Dremel before I let those butchers have at it.....
     
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    :wow:dang my 2yr old could do a better job
     
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    Looks like another "Hold my beer, and watch this" Glock mod
     
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    THIS HAS GOT TO BE A JOKE!IM SO TIRED OF THE APRIL FOOLS DAY JOKES!!:rofl:
     
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    If people want grip reduction and the like, why buy that model of gun? I mean, don't they hold/shoot one before they buy it? Why take a perfecly good gun and do that to it? OK, I like original stuff so maybe I'm just old fashion. But....that sucked!!!!!:dunno:
     
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    Ouch . . . Someone seriously needs to reconsider their advertising pics and/or their job. :wow:
     
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    This is why we require close ups in the buy/sell forum. Everyone has a vastly different idea of what quality is.
     
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    wow, how does he think thats quality enough to put on the internet...wow
     
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    That is some ugly work.:wow: I imagine Cold Bore Customs isn't too worried about the competition.:supergrin: