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Engraver's Names Please

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by amboy49, Apr 4, 2011.

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  1. amboy49

    amboy49 Well-Known Member

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    I have a very nice Model 42 with solid rib/skeet choke that belonged to my grandfather and was passed down to me through my father. I've already put a very nice piece of walnut on it. Am now considering spending an obscene amount of money to have some extensive engraving done on it - maybe even a gold "chicken" or two. This is one of those guns that would fit in the thread posted a little while back that "will never be sold" so overspending on the project won't be a factor since I'll never sell the gun and hope to pass it on to my grandson one day.

    I have had Bill Mains do some work on a K32 San Remo - he did excellent work at a very fair price and I was very satisfied. Looking for any other engravers I can contact to get some pricing/ideas on a project like this.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. jbshep

    jbshep Member

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    Stick with Bill...he is the best!
     
  3. GR Eubanks

    GR Eubanks Active Member

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    You have a pm

    Roger
     
  4. Rebsmith

    Rebsmith Member

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    Amboy.....If you're having a Winchester engraved get it done by a Winchester engraver!! Pauline Muerrle. She has done several for me and she is top notch AND a custom shop engraver.

    Jere
     
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