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This is my G26 with extended mag release, extended slide release, Confederate flag back plate, and Duracoat black slide. I did the stippling myself and JJacobs and I did the Duracoat finish.





 

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you know maybe its just me but if people freak out about shooting someone with reloaded self defense ammo i would be 1000% sure the DA will freak about the rebel flag on your SD pistol... maybe its just me
 

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you know maybe its just me but if people freak out about shooting someone with reloaded self defense ammo i would be 1000% sure the DA will freak about the rebel flag on your SD pistol... maybe its just me
Don't go shooting no Yankees with that thing. lol
 

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That looks purdy good and not too aggressive stipple. My 34 will eat the flesh it's so rough, but that's what I wanted.
I can't run a plate with anything on it on the back of my gun due to my eyes wanting to focus there and not on front sight. I tried once with the Orange Armorers one and it really messed the sight picture up.
 

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Very interesting piece you got there! Be careful going north of the Mason/Dixon line ..........
 

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The back plate came from a company called NDZ Performance. They mainly make billet automotive parts but they also make laser etched back plates for Glocks. Here's the link: <http://www.ndzperformance.com/Glock%20Accessories.htm>

.....And you wont have to worry about me traveling into Yankee territory with my Rebel Glock. I can't think of a single reason to travel outside of good ole Dixie Land.
 

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Yep. High temp solder iron for the stippling. It must be very hot as Glock polymer is very hard to melt
 
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