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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
So I made this up to show you guys that anyone can do stippling to their guns / parts. Here's what was used:

Walnut Hollow Versa Tool with fine point tip (not soldering tip)
Umbrella Corp Grip
Wadded up paper towel to remove excess plastic from tip
White colored pencil for outlining (just rubs off when you're done)

TIPS: If you plan on doing this yourself, find some spare gun parts to stipple first and figure out your technique. Also, start off low in heat and go up as you need it...otherwise you'll end up with huge mounds of plastic.
I am by no means a pro at this, but I hope to inspire some of you guys to do this yourself. This took about an hour to do just the front/back and I time lapsed the long part of it for your viewing pleasure :cool: I'd be happy to answer any questions the best I can

FAST FORWARD TO 2:13 to see where the fun starts

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Nice video, thanks for posting. I have a Saber Woodburner where the tips actually carry the current. I've not used it in years so I'll have to see if suitable tips are available.
 

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Detail Master doesn't seem to have any tips usable for stippling. Guess I'll have to buy a new tool if I want to give it a try.
 

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Detail Master doesn't seem to have any tips usable for stippling. Guess I'll have to buy a new tool if I want to give it a try.
Glad you liked it, if you want the same tool that I used then places like Hobby Lobby and Michaels often carry it. Those places also usually give out 40% off coupons which is what I did...so I ended up paying about $18 + tax for a $30 kit
 

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For ****s and giggles, I did a PMAG. I hand-made a magpul logo stencil and decided to have fun with one of their gen3 PMAG's
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