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    Canít help myself. Found this one funny too.
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    Not my cup of tea, but like it or not you do have to recognize the artful skill that level of detail takes…


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    There are a handful of companies that offer laser stippling. There are a myriad of designs, from purely practical to intricately aesthetic. The beauty of laser stippling is that it typically costs about the same as the by hand variety, but offers much more consistency giving an OEM type look. Also, a lot more variety.

    ETA: This is probably my favorite practical design, that's also aesthetically pleasing. Could do without the finger grooves though.

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    This one is pretty appealing too.
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    This is cool too if you want a logo or badge.
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    And many many more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooter76 View Post
    Not my cup of tea, but like it or not you do have to recognize the artful skill that level of detail takes…
    its laser engraved

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    the largest issue i have with laser stippling is that the rough texture look is only about as aggressive as the newer P320 frames while everything else still remains relatively smooth. Don't get me wrong, laser almost always looks great, but at the more often than not, defeats the purpose of stippling a frame in the first place, which is to give you a positive grip surface in adverse conditions, be it weather, terrain or blood

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