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  1. Cool lil trick I learned.

    Using a crayon to color the writing on your pistol.lol. Check it outCool lil trick I learned.-imageuploadedbytapatalk1365717099.608699.jpg


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    Don't forget the magazines.....

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  5. Haha! Didn't even think about it.. I polished the barrel too.. Looks alot better than it did!


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    Looks good, but just curious... is there enough heat generated to the slide after firing the gun to melt the crayon?

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    I do that with Whiteout.
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    Cool lil trick I learned.

    When I customized an LC9 as an anniversary present for my girlfriend I used her hot pink acrylic nail polish to fill in the lettering and the sights. Little messy to apply but it works well, and takes much more of a beating than crayon would I'm assuming.

  10. I used fingernail polish in my AR lower as well. The trick with nail polish is get the cheap watery stuff. If you use the good thick stuff it doesn't come up as easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danmc View Post
    Looks good, but just curious... is there enough heat generated to the slide after firing the gun to melt the crayon?
    Did that a while back, if you dont shoot much its not a problem, but if the crayon get even a little warm it don't really melt, but get soft and if you touch it it smears, and it also seems to get dirty fast, does a better job to clean it good and use paint, then wipe the excess before it dries
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