Dan Brokos Even Stipples His Carbine’s Pistol Grip

I had a chance to check out one of Dan Brokos’ (SGM, USA Ret) during last week’s USASOC Sniper Comp. Naturally, the Troy Industries carbine was outfitted with his new accessory line, but something struck me. He relies on a stippled GI pistol grip.

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10 Responses to “Dan Brokos Even Stipples His Carbine’s Pistol Grip”

  1. AJ says:

    I do the same after filing off the finger nub. Kit Badger gave me the idea. It works really well.

  2. LC says:

    Yeah. Any mention of the company that did that stippling?

  3. cat blaster says:


    • Chuck says:

      Definitely not laser stippled. You can see the circle marks from the larger soldering or wood burning iron.

  4. fritz bousigschouer says:

    i do that too, remove the bump and shorten the grip also an bit for my hand size.

  5. Whitewater says:

    Use a soldering iron to stipple

  6. Matthew Kime says:

    The problem with using lasers (trying to use lasers) for stippling, it that they make texture by burning away material. While the soldering iron method “pushes” material and gives us the aggressive texturing.

    I look forward to someone coming up with a repeatable technique that yields consistent aggressive texture results, but just haven’t seen a process that does that yet, other than some amazing dudes with off-the-charts OCD.

  7. Stickman says:

    Looks like the one that Battle Cock did for me. It makes for a slim grip, but one that has great “feel” to it.