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From Pinterest:





My wife saw this.... Now she wants it done. Lol.

Can't say I would go for the flowers but you can't deny that's some amazing work


I found the photo on Pinterest, but no explanation of who did the work.

It could even be a superimposed image.


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^^^
I don't think it's superimposed. Looks like it's laser etched into the grip. I wonder who did the work.


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^^^
I don't think it's superimposed. Looks like it's laser etched into the grip. I wonder who did the work.


Googled and found this, not sure if it is relevant..

I have no relation or connection with this business..
darkalliancefirearms.com

Seems to be one of their several patterns..







I like this one.



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I don't think it's superimposed. Looks like it's laser etched into the grip. I wonder who did the work.


Probably several companies can do laser engraving. Here's one that popped up from a quick search
https://alphalaserengraving.com/conctact-us/
 
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Well I thought I was done with Glock, at least for awhile. I just got bored with them... but yesterday this Gen 5 MOS, G19 crept into my safe.



"Attack life, it's going to kill you anyway." Steve McQueen...
 
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1lowlife

Those photos showing the laser engravings are something else. Amazing what the imagination can do.

My favorite is the Polynesian style.

I viewed the darkalliance website. Can't believe the creations they have done (view gallery).


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There is a page I follow on Instagram, shark coast tactical. They have a brick and mortar store, and they also do laser engraving, among other things. Pretty amazing work, check out their website or their Instagram page.





10mm lays waste to entire cities, cuts through diamonds and will tear Superman a new asshole. - Parabellum

Sex offenders can not be rehabilitated. It's in their wiring. They should not be released back into the general public. On the other hand they should not be warehoused either. I think they should be executed.....Spectre

When someone tries to kill you, it doesn't matter how they are doing it. You're in mortal danger, and it's time to try to kill them back.

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Kill every last one of these goddamned animals. We need a president with balls. We need leadership. We should be carpet bombing these barbarians wherever we find them, and we should be looking for them 24/7. We have to unleash Hell upon them. They understand nothing but death, so death is what we should bring them, wholesale.... Para

I left "practical" behind many years ago. It was covered with my first Glock 19. (Fredward)
 
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I feel like I need my first Glock. The 320 might woo me away though. I don’t think I’ve ever even fondled a Glock believe it or not.
 
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I feel like I need my first Glock. The 320 might woo me away though. I don’t think I’ve ever even fondled a Glock believe it or not.


If I could only have one, it would be the Glock 45..
Followed by a Glock 43X..


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I guess I'm the last hold out and have no plans to change.... besides the stupid weird double trigger that I still can't figure out how it is a safety... just about every Glock I've seen just does not appeal to me..

I know one event should not mean much, but the one time I shot a Glock 19* (I think it was) I limp wristed it repeatedly.... I've shot some others over time and they were okay...and I mean, just okay. I do own a Ruger LC9, carried it for a few years, and a Sig P320 with both a laser and Romeo sight... just for fun.... of course both are striker fired and they are also 'okay'.. but what I still fall back on is DA/SA. Must be me, too old to move, in more ways than one.

Then again, I think the best looking handgun I own is a copy of a 1860 Army Colt.

*I shot a Glock 18 a few years back, now that was a waste of good ammo.
 
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“Your gun is made of plastic? Ha Ha!”
(Years later...)
That guy shoots his glock really well.
(Years later..)
“They’re good guns, just not for me.”
(Years later...)
Glock 21sf lnib for $300.
“This will be fun to try out. I KNOW I wont like it though. I have a sweet 1911”
Ohmygawd, this thing is way better to shoot than my 1911. Oh no...
(3 months later...)
Gen 2 Glock 19 for $275..
“Oh, hell yes!”


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besides the stupid weird double trigger that I still can't figure out how it is a safety...


It's all in the physics. With some deliberation the answer will reveal itself. By that time, you too will become one of the collective.
 
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I know one event should not mean much...
No, it doesn't mean anything at all. No one gives a shit, beyond wondering why you're trolling this thread, and this isnt the first trolling you've done lately in this forum, and don't ask me what I'm talking about.
 
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Then again, I think the best looking handgun I own is a copy of a 1860 Army Colt.


Ah. OK.....


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Yep. I got one again. Smile
 
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Originally posted by parabellum:
You will buy a Glock

Well, yeah ... but I'm not as inGlock-fected as some guys are ...

Gen2, 19 and 26, Gen 3 23 and ... a Gen1(?) 43

But you didn't warn that I (we) might buy several!


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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Originally posted by MidWesternBoy:
“Your gun is made of plastic? Ha Ha!”
(Years later...)
That guy shoots his glock really well.
(Years later..)
“They’re good guns, just not for me.”
(Years later...)
Glock 21sf lnib for $300.
“This will be fun to try out. I KNOW I wont like it though. I have a sweet 1911”
Ohmygawd, this thing is way better to shoot than my 1911. Oh no...
(3 months later...)
Gen 2 Glock 19 for $275..
“Oh, hell yes!”


My progression was somewhat similar to what MidWesternBoy said. I thought for years that Sigs and 1911's were the only frames that fit my hand just right, damn, was I full of shit. Just put money down on a G40 MOS 10mm boomstick to add to the collection. You know, for bears, aliens, zombie hogs & shit prancing in the backyard after dark. Jus'sayin'.



"All great things are simple, and many can be expressed in single words: freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy, hope."

--Sir Winston Churchill

"The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose."

--James Earl Jones



 
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Because of this thread I bought a Glock. I eventually sold off all my Sigs and have a stable full of Glock's now.


Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But you learn, my God do you learn.
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My progression was somewhat similar to what MidWesternBoy said. I thought for years that Sigs and 1911's were the only frames that fit my hand just right, damn, was I full of shit. Just put money down on a G40 MOS 10mm boomstick to add to the collection. You know, for bears, aliens, zombie hogs & shit prancing in the backyard after dark. Jus'sayin'.



I just spotted a used 34MOS for good price at lgs.
Digging through my safe now to see what I can trade.
Life comes at you fast. Lol.
The upside is, they are so dang easy to work on!


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G19 Gen 5 MOS, blue label pricing for Veteran's Day. Austria made and no half moon cut out.
I am pleased.




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