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    THE REAL CAPTAIN JACK Guest

    So , what have you done to soup up your OC weapon?

    Tell us the mods youve done to the tools your life depends on.

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  3. Polished rails, ramp, new sights, grips, new mags.

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    Here is a cheep one but my personal favorite. Since I OC when I vote
    I put my "I VOTED" sticker directly on my revolver. :) (See avatar)
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    No open carry allowed in my state... at all.

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    nothing yet...

    but I want to titanium nitride my oc firearm to look like this:

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    Mine wont be a 1911. It will either be an FNX45 T or a Jericho 941.

    Just waiting to meet my first son and the funds to purchase the bling.
    “One of the illusions of life is that the present hour is not the critical, decisive one.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Congratulations on your first Son, Chen! He'll be even better looking than the pistol! :)
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  8. Polished feed ramp, houge grip. The other talon grips and pierce +0 grip extension


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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefighterchen View Post
    nothing yet...

    but I want to titanium nitride my oc firearm to look like this:

    So , what have you done to soup up your OC weapon?-210hg.jpg

    Mine wont be a 1911. It will either be an FNX45 T or a Jericho 941.

    Just waiting to meet my first son and the funds to purchase the bling.
    Lol as long as THAT'S not your carry weapon. Infinity's are custom race guns that usually come with sub-2lb triggers. I'm sure you know that though. I think a TiN FNX would look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Lol as long as THAT'S not your carry weapon. Infinity's are custom race guns that usually come with sub-2lb triggers. I'm sure you know that though. I think a TiN FNX would look good.
    I did not know that about that particular firearm. The picture was just to represent the color scheme.

    I'm curious though if they are able to TiN plastic. I can't afford any of that anyways...but one can dream.

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    Titanium Gun, a division of Coating Services Group

    No plastic. TiN can be applied to metal surfaces only. I've considered having my PPQ barrel coated.

    As far as carry gun mods:
    Walther PPQ 9mm
    BT Stainless guide rod
    Trijicon bright and tough tritium night sights
    190-lumen rail-mounted tac light (QR)

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    Beretta BU9 Nano 9mm
    Talon rubberized grips
    Trijicon tritium night sights
    (Dawson Precision fiber-optic front sight, not mounted)
    Stainless guide rod
    LaserMax Centerfire laser
    drilled both 8rnd mags so they have view ports for rounds #7, and #8 then added the Talon wraps.

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