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Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by ontarget1911, Oct 24, 2011.
That's pretty cool.. Explains the $275 it usually costs me.. LOL.. Cheers.. Ron
Very nice information. Good pictures and well explained. Eventually, I would like to give it a try. I just have to pick up the tools and find the time to do it.
This reminds me of a thread I saw a few years ago where a guy tried to do his own checkering and ended up totally botching the frame and made it look like complete garbage. I think it was a kimber. I can't seem to find it though.
EDIT: Found it, but the pictures are no longer up.
I found the pictures on google, but you can't view them full size
the last days I've been doing some stippling tests. using (old) drill bits you get a sharper, more agressive 'stippling' than with the center punch
There is a tool called a pnumatic file, cost 20-30 at harbor freight, you could use a punch in it instead.