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Know anyone who does laser engraving?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by tRidiot, Dec 9, 2015.

  1. POKE1911

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  2. tRidiot

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    No removable trigger guard here. This is my lower:

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    Looks like the only places I can probably have room to engrave are in front of the safety on either side, or in that inverted triangle on the magwell on the right side...
     
  3. Surveyor1653

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    What does the front of the mag well look like? Between the safety and trigger on the left side may be an option. That's a fairly long piece of real estate and looks plenty tall enough for the minimum text height.
     
  4. tRidiot

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    Unfortunately the front of the magwell isn't an option, either.

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    Yeah, I think below the safety on the left side is where I would put it.

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    The CO2 lasers will not reach the required depth. However, there are YAG type lasers that meet and exceed the requirement. I used Gray Laser in San Antonio. Turn around was about 1 week earlier in the year.
     
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    lol, simmer down princess. I was just bustin your balls.
     
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    Don't know how many lines or letters you need to engrave, but I'd be tempted to engrave everything on that X on the front of the magwell.
     
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    +1 for Gray Laser, and they do burn deeply enough.
     

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