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Comments from any airsoft pistol shooters please.

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Malakin, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. Malakin

    Malakin Engaging Member

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    My fellow shooters
    Mr Malakin Snr is a keen pistol shooter. He has a liking for co2 powered pistols and owns more than a healthy few.
    A few months ago he was asked by the chap at his local gun shop if he could make a set of grips for a S.T.A.R.S beretta. Malakin senior gladly agreed, he has a small workshop that he potters in.
    Unfortunately Malakin Snr found that having cancer and chemotherapy kind of took it out of him.
    Not wanting to let the chap down who had looked after my dad, I offered to do the grips for him.
    I was basically given free licence to do what I wanted. The following photos are what it looked like before and after.
    Im really pleased with it.
    What do you think? Honest feedback is much appreciated.
     
  2. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    I dont shoot airsoft but they are amazing :O especially the inlayed tree!
     
  3. Hoodster

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    Very nice and as said above the inlaying looks very impressive :cool:
     
  4. SteveO

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    You did your dad proud on his friends behalf, They are wonderful and I would be immensely proud of them If I had been the creator! :up:
     
  5. Malakin

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    Cheers chaps. I was pleased with the accented blued bits. I haven't done blueing before so was a little dubious as to how it would look. My rfd sorted me a decent blueing solution and it took very well. I did panic when it came to putting it back together as I had gutted it completely. I found a small brass piece in my tub of bits and couldn't for the life of me remember where it came from. I have stripped 92f's down to nothing before so am familiar with the parts. Not done an airsoft version and had that horrible churning feeling in the pit of my stomach. When I finally started grumbling under my breath Mrs Malakin asked what the problem was I showed her the offending part. She took it off me and explained that it was the piece of the steam iron that had fallen out of the water tank and that she had given it to me a while back.
    I could have chocked the life out of her.
     
  6. Ben 36

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    Lovely looking grips.
     
  7. Ichabod Armacost

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    Absolutely stunning! Lovely job:cool:
     

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