I was looking at the Glock pics and just wondering how some Glocks had white lettering on the slide, how did they do it?
White crayons or white nail polish. White crayon is the easiest to put on and easiest to take off if you don't like it.
Just rub the crayon into the lettering in all directions then rub it with a soft cloth to remove the excess. It will stay
on for several months.
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my 37 is done that way along with my g22. I like to be able to read what im throwing a mag in case lighting is bad. I dont wanna chuck a .40 mag into my 45 gap gun.
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I always used white hobby paint and a very fine brush. Any excess was taken off with a Q-tip dipped in thinner. Very nice looking and lasted a long time. The thinner stripped all the oil off the slide so just oil the slide after the paint was dry and you are done.
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