Custom handgun stippling is a popular modification that can greatly improve the grip and handling of your handgun. Stippling is the process of using a heated tool to create small, textured dots or lines on the surface of your handgun’s grip. This creates a more tactile surface that provides a better grip and reduces the chances of your firearm slipping out of your hand.
Basic Packages start at $150
Hourglass pattern +$50
Basket weave +$50
Lazy Leaf +$50
Glock finger groove removal + $25
Basic - Low Back
Our Low Back Pattern features stippling that says out of the beaver tail area. This allows for a smooth beaver tail area that will not dig into the web of your hand. This is a full wrap pattern with a boarder that is created on top of your frame. No cutting into your frame to create a boarder.
Custom Two Tone features a custom dyed or cerakote frame. Then the coating is removed to show off the original color for the cerakote.
Cerakote frame +$85
Dyed frame +50
Basic - High Back
Our basic high back pattern features stippling that goes up the beaver tail area to add an extra layer of grip. This is a full wrap that is not cut into the frame. We create a boarder that sits ontop of your frame for a sharp defined grip area.
Aggressive rating: 7
All our stippling projects come with our standard sprinkle pattern unless our customers request a different pattern.
Hour Glass Texture
Aggressive rating: 5
Aggressive Rating: 5
After a few years of talking to different stipplers and getting stood up, we decided to bring the service in-house. We use to stipple years ago and now we are getting back into it in order to provide better service for our customers and better control of turn around times.
Why Stipple Your Firearm?
Stippling your firearm can be done for many reasons. The main reason is for better grip. Many stock frames have a smooth and slippery surface, stippling your frame with a more aggressive texture will/can help with better grip, especially in slippery conditions. So stippling provides a little texture and adds to the tacticool feature. When selecting a texture it is best to contact the stippler and talk to them about the different textures and what might be best for them.