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Jul 22 2014

Handgun Engraving

It’s nice to see that the high art of firearms engraving hasn’t been lost.

The classic Single Action Army is never more beautiful than when skillfully engraved:


Another classic — the beloved 1911:


Here’s one Harry Callahan might appreciate:


Now something more suitable for the less ornate, more utilitarian modern age:


Compliments of Mr. Mentalo.

  • WingMann

    Get ’em while you can, and don’t neglect to stockpile lots and lots of ammo. For the Leftist Agenda to succeed, an attempt to confiscate firearms is inevitable.

  • SNuss
  • Tostig

    Liking that 1911. You got any more info on that particular model? Some sort of Colt anniversary edition? Nice to see they didn’t screw it up with modern do-dads like a beavertail grip, etc.

  • Henry

    “Smile! You’re on .357 magnum camera!”

  • Jakareh

    These guns are true art—human skill and labor used to create beauty. Moonbats, of course, would regard them as objects of horror. This is more like their idea of art, for which a wealthy moonbat recently paid over $4 million:

  • Bbstackr

    It is most likely a custom build and the personal weapon of a Texas Ranger. Many of them carried one-of-a-kind custom 1911s. The grips, which are sterling silver and depict the Texas Ranger badge, are available from Chisolm’s Trail.

  • Eric

    Don’t forget. No one in California can buy a handgun without a microstamped firing pin, NOW.
    If this type of etching can be so easy, why not the law they passed in Cali? Which several companies have decided to no longer sell guns in.
    Just a thought.

  • ScarletPimpernel
  • TED

    Parents Defend Daughter During Violent Home Invasion

    A teenager
    was outside her home in St. Louis, Mo. when two armed men came up to her and
    forced her inside her home at gunpoint. The teenager’s parents were inside the
    home at the time, and both parents responded by retrieving firearms. The
    teenager’s father fired at the home invaders, killing one and wounding the
    other. The injured criminal fled, but was captured by police a short time later.

    The surviving home invader has been charged with murder, in the death of
    his accomplice, burglary, and kidnapping. (The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St.
    Louis, Mo. 06/11/14)
    (One less liberal in the world and one out of commission) Win Win.

  • TED

    “ATTEMPT. “If you come for mine, you BETTER bring yours!”

  • Nice!

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