I mean I'm not a big fan of the color, but it may be the lighting. Doesn't look like there's any shitty over spray, or nicks and dings when you put the sights back. So that being said, good job Nutnfancy.
The two tone looks fine, but that slide gap tho
>rewarding glock for being 5-10 years behind the curve
implying we should clap and huehue over a few grip inserts and a M& stamp -- which is literally an insult to every American gun owner.
Stay mad duder
your glock looks fine anon.
Well, for one take a photo without the flash so the color's not blown out all to hell.
But it kinda looks like you might have. Use earthy tones, nigga
Not him, but horrible ergos and meh tier everything else. Glocks are good for aftermarket, but if you want a good gun out of the box there are a lot better options out there. I went with the PPQ.
is that just a rattlecan job?
i have a FDE lower glock 19 and i want to paint the slide to match(ish)
Funny, I did the same thing with trijicon sights as well
I was in the market for a Glock 19 but couldn't find one. So I settled with a PPS. I'm very happy I couldn't find a 19 and will probably buy a PPQ next.
Is there a huge reason to pick the M2 over the M1? I like the paddle release.
Yes and it does look strange, I was weirded out when I first saw it but whatever the gun works.
Decided to post mine - this is a rattle can job. You can see where paint has worn off from rubbing.
Another angle less light. I was actually kind of pleased with the result, though I wish I'd known about green frames glocks before I bought mine haha
Glocks are known to explode for no reason, ruining your thumbs and hands in the process. Their rounds also bounce of light armor, such as sweat shirts and car door windows.
They're also made of cheap plastic like a nerf gun.
Except it's not. I took pic related last week.
Well if I'd known about that before I would have done that instead
Please impart your wisdom upon me, Anon
>Dat serial number
1998 called, they want their barrel back.
Glocknade meme is only valid on .40s&w guns with unsupported chambers. Only, only, only older .40's ever had that problem and only because fudds couldn't into polygonal rifling.
Nothing. People just get butthurt really easily. Get whatever handgun you feel most confident shooting. Ergos are different on any gun and it just takes practice to git gud with.
I personally shoot a glock 17, its what im comfortable with. Its a great choice if you are into it.
I couldn't tell you, I'm Yuropean and the inferior button release variant isn't sold here. But what I can tell you is that I prefer the PPQ paddle over any button release pistol I've tried (cz, hs2000, klok, 1911s, et cetera)
I wouldn't have gone with a .308 however it'll still be a decent concealed carry. Look into an extended mag for it pic related