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So, I've had a PD trade in USP9 LEM with UTL for quite a while. It's a great shooter but heavily used, so I decided if I was going to do anything custom that modifies the polymer to one of my HKs, this would be the gun to do it. I started by marking off where I was planning on removing material and ended up decreasing the bore axis quite a bit over the stock grip and then doing an aggressive stipple afterwards with faint finger grooves on the front. After all was said and done, I also did the Match LEM hybrid trigger. I have to say, I've shot USPs for quite sometime, but this is the best feeling in my hand by far. Take a look and let me know what you think.
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Cool, what was your techniue? Wood-burning tip?
 

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Cool, what was your techniue? Wood-burning tip?
First, I used a dremel to get rid of the polymer spikes and contour the grip, then I used fine grit sand paper to smooth out the contours, followed by a soldering iron with wood burning tip.
 
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