Painted Glock

Painted Glock

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    Painted Glock

    Hey everyone! New to the forum and wanted to share this. I recently painted my Glock. Just wanted to give it some character and make it my own. Hope you all approve!
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    Might do that to my magazines to readily distinguish them from each other. What did you use? I've seen white nail polish and non-acetone polish remover to clean up afterwards on you-tube.

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    Looks Clean! nice job!

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    That's really nice. There are "purists" and guys like us, that like a bit of a different look.
    To each his own. I like it.
    Did you actually paint the whole slide, or did ya just do the "highlight" of the lettering? I had the top of one of my 30s's Hard chromed, then used black perminant marker on the lettering.

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    and what kind of paint?
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    crayons work well for the magazines. all you need to remove it is a toothpick. No chemicals. Lookin' good!

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    Might try? On my mags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swampfox762 View Post
    That's really nice. There are "purists" and guys like us, that like a bit of a different look.
    To each his own. I like it.
    Did you actually paint the whole slide, or did ya just do the "highlight" of the lettering? I had the top of one of my 30s's Hard chromed, then used black perminant marker on the lettering.


    Swampfox762 is right, I'm a bit of a purist, still as he rightly said to each his own after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckie0208 View Post
    crayons work well for the magazines. all you need to remove it is a toothpick. No chemicals. Lookin' good!
    Yep, I used white crayon just too see if i liked the color on my slide. Its been on for 4 or 5 months and it still looks new. EDC and it hasnt even rubbed off yet. Maybe 2oo rounds through it with the crayon, when it starts coming out i will use paint
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