OT Defense: Firearm Stippling Kit

Item Number: OTD ST-GUNKIT
Your Price: $64.99

100% Made in the USA! 

Stippling provides you with as much or as little grip as YOU need on YOUR gun. For example, a concealed carry pistol may have little to no texture on the body side, and aggressive texture on the other 3 sides of the pistol. A duty gun could have aggressive texture all the way around to ensure good grip whether or not your hand is covered in blood, water, snow, etc. 

The case provides plenty of room for practice material, a wire brush, and any other small stippling specific tools you want to keep together. Lid opens all the way so the case does not tip over when you open it. This is a good starter kit for those new to stippling, as it provides a moderate temperature, and our most user friendly tips, with plenty of room for expansion if you want to add more tips etc. Depending on how many guns you own you could be saving thousands of dollars over sending your guns off to a stippler! We recommend using a brass or copper wire brush to keep the tips clean. 

This kit features:

  • USA Made 25 Watt burner that has a short shaft so you are close to your work
  • 20LPI Finish Tip
  • 20LPI Waffle tip (shown)
  • Rectangle Tip (shown)
  • Large Round Tip (shown)
  • Small Round Tip,
  • Chisel tip, 
  • Burner stand
  • Tan custom hard case 
  • Grip Index provided: 3 to 10. 

Legal Disclaimer: 
This Stippling Kit must be used by a qualified gunsmith. If used incorrectly, injury, death, or property damage could occur. If not used correctly by a qualified gunsmith, Oregon Trail Defense LLC makes NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED regarding this kit. If not used by a qualified gunsmith the user releases and agrees to indemnify Oregon Trial Defense LLC from any claim of damages resulting from a malfunction, warranty violation, or property damage, and waives any claim for liability against Oregon Trail Defense LLC.

Common sense:  Take your time, practice on some old A2 grips, magazine floor plates, old clinton era 10 round Glock 17 mags (unless you live in a state that requires you keep them), practice material etc. This will give you familiarity with the tool/tips, and enable you to recognize some important things.  Then  and only then should you move on to your firearm.  If in doubt, take it to an experienced gunsmith. 

Time, heat, and pressure.  This is what controls the process.