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Stippling is the way, here are see pics of my Q5 I stippled. I went a little higher on the grip than you because I felt that that was the area that allowed the gun to move most in my hands . I also did around the take down lever/button and in all the areas that had wording.
 

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First Stippling attempt. I think it turned out ok.
I normally don't care for stippling on firearms but you did a really nice job. What kind of tool did you use ? I've got a battery powered soldering iron that doesn't get too hot so it's very controllable.

Here's one of my attempts :
 

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I normally don't care for stippling on firearms but you did a really nice job. What kind of tool did you use ? I've got a battery powered soldering iron that doesn't get too hot so it's very controllable.

Here's one of my attempts :
I used an inexpensive plug in soldering iron with an medium pointed tip. I touched the tip lightly at varying angles. For the edges I used a smaller pointed tip to get the border I felt looked best. Then went to the medium tip. I practice on an old AR15 grip first.
 

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You did a very good job. I took the lazy man (OF) approach and used two strips of industrial Velcro front & back plus one on the front of the trigger guard.
 
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