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  • ADfields
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    Originally posted by greythorn3 View Post
    bring your weapon to me, and you be the judge of the end result.
    Translation . . . Here, hold my beer and watch this!

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  • greythorn3
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    bring your weapon to me, and you be the judge of the end result.

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  • Alangaq
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    Hammer + cold chisle + whiskey does not = "engraving"..... or does it?....Hmmmmm

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  • ADfields
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    I donít think he meant Butte style engraving with one of them vibrating things.

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  • greythorn3
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    i can engrave it or lend you my engraver for a few minutes here

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  • Timber Smith
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    The best local engraver I know of and in fact a world class engraver is Jim White in Wasilla. Jim's workmanship is flawless. Jim is a gentlemen and his engravings are classic works of art. You would have to look long and hard to find better. I don't believe there is a finer engraver in the state. Jim's work will cost you, but, you will not be disappointed and will posses a heirloom to hold and cherish the rest of your days.

    James White
    PO Box 873969
    Wasilla, AK 99687

    ak.engraver@mtaonline.net

    TS

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  • tomfishhunter
    started a topic Gun Engraving??

    Gun Engraving??

    Are there any engravers in the Anch-Sodotna area? Looking to get a pre-64 dressed up. Thanx

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