I think first you need to ask yourself what the goal is to your stipplng. For me it is to reduce slippage while firing and secure a good grip with sweaty, wet or bloody hands. I takes much less modification to reach this goal then many stipple jobs I see. Think less is more, you can always add more. Do a little and see how it feels/works before you go further. You don't need to render your frame into a corn cob.After your 4th one, can you share some pointers so I can hopefully learn from your experiences before attempting on mine. Thanks.
Thank you, Yes, I think we could work something out. PM me and we can discuss it. I would only need the frame and any mags you want done.!!!!! I JUST post a response in another thread about how I am not much for stippling and then I see this! That is THEE nicest SJob I have ever seen. If you were local, I would pay you to do mine. Looks very natural, as if the frame was molded that way. Holly of hollies man!.. WOULD you do mine if I had the balls to send you my frame?