Deluxe Stippling Kit

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  • Regular price $115.99

100% Made in the USA!  From the molded case to the tips to the wire brush, this kit is completely made in the USA and all tips are specifically designed for firearms, not wood.  


25 Watt Burner with a short shaft for ease of control and a moderate temperature. 

Tan Hard Case for convenient storage of all your stippling items. 

One 20LPI Waffle Tip (stipple job shown)

One 20LPI Square Tip

One 20LPI Finish Tip

One Point Tip

One 16LPI Waffle Tip

One 12LPI Waffle Tip

One Diamond Tip (stipple job shown)

One X Tip (stipple job shown)

One Wagon Wheel Tip (stipple job shown)

One Chisel Tip

One Small Round Tip

One Large Round Tip

One Rectangle Tip (stipple job shown)

Two Large plastic vial to hold the tips  

Three small plastic vials for the 20LPI tips and Finish Tip

One piece of practice material, 2x6' and 1/8" thick so you can stipple both sides

One wire brush for keeping your tips clean 

Grab a Tip Box that fits right into this case for extra easy storage, if you need it. 

Grip Index: 3-10
Ease of Use: 1-10

Legal Disclaimer:

This Stippling Kit must be used by a qualified gunsmith. If used incorrectly, injury, death, or property damage could occur. If not used correctly by a qualified gunsmith, Oregon Trail Defense LLC makes NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED regarding this kit. If not used by a qualified gunsmith the user releases and agrees to indemnify Oregon Trial Defense LLC from any claim of damages resulting from a malfunction, warranty violation, or property damage, and waives any claim for liability against Oregon Trail Defense LLC.

Common sense - take your time, practice on some old A2 grips, magazine floor plates, old clinton era 10 round Glock 17 mags (unless you live in a state that requires you keep them), some of the Practice Material we sell here etc.  This will give you familiarity with the tool/tips, and enable you to recognize some important things (outlined below).  Then and only then should you move on to your firearm.  If in doubt, take it to an experienced gunsmith.