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Name says it all. Who do you like for custom frame work on polymer pistols?




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Cold Bore Customs

They've stippled two Glocks for me- a G17 and a G26. Nice work.
 
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If I had a frame or grips to be done, there are a few companies I would send it to, based on the quality of work,although they can be pricey and take a long time. My favorite overall for quality,practical application and overall appearance is by Sonoran Defense. They do an amazing job with their laser stipple and "2 tone" texturing. A friend of mine had one done and all I could say was "WOW". It felt great in the hand and looks like a piece of art.
 
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Shopped for grip reduction and stipple work with parts for a Glock 19 a few years back.

It was cheaper to buy a complete frame from Salient.




 
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My favorite was Polymer Refined but he closed up shop. Based on everyone else's recommendations, I sent my last one to Cold Bore Customs. It's great. Trying to get permission to send my duty gun but hitting a wall.



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Boresight Solutions has remained my go to shop. Expensive and not super fast but superb quality, long experience, and certain things, like building grips up, that others don't do.
 
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I've always done my own. Then I get it exactly how and where I want it.
Easy to do, just go slow and direct.
 
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I dunno if 17L or G34 on that site but that is one sweet pistol.
 
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My favorite was Polymer Refined but he closed up shop. Based on everyone else's recommendations, I sent my last one to Cold Bore Customs. It's great. Trying to get permission to send my duty gun but hitting a wall.


Yes, and yes.
Kent at Polymer Refined was incredible. Great work, great price and fast! I want to say it was about a week turnaround. He used to be on here pretty regularly, but not since he closed shop. I hope all is well with him, and he gets back to business soon.

A few friends got their Glocks done at Cold Bore and liked the work too.


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Funny, a friend sent me a link this morning

https://store.otdefense.com/co...s/stippling-products
 
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Cold Bore Customs or Bowie Tactical


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Agree with Cold Bore. Lane does great work.
 
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I've always done my own. Then I get it exactly how and where I want it.
Easy to do, just go slow and direct.


Me too. And on metal frames and slides to boot. As documented in this thread:
https://sigforum.com/eve/forum...935/m/5560037964/p/1



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Agency Arms for me.

Interestingly AIM Surplus got into the laser stippling and all reports that I am seeing, things are looking quite good.


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