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I just wanted to show what a quick 8$ wood burner from Harbor Freight can do to help give you a better grip on this super small, light gun :alien: I used a flat tip and just barely pressed in for an indentation; it goes slow to slightly slow fast, but afterwards the feel you get is a much more "stick to your hand texture". I also took some rough 80 grit sand paper to the face of my NW trigger to help grab it better, finishing off with a little 200 grit to have a combo that helped keep my trigger finger from moving as much as I pull it all the way through. Thanks for checking it out! :D
 

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Nice stippling job.
 
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I haven't really like the look of previous stippling jobs I've seen. Your's I like.

It's the flat lines rather than points of course. AND you have a new tool!
 
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Thanks Tx, always glad to see you're still here manning the ship :cool::) And thanks, RAT :) I tried a bunch of different tips that came with the gun and the flat tip stipple in my opinion too ended up looking and working better than the rest :tu: It grabs tight enough to hold on, but not rough enough to cut you up.
 
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