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Perazzi Fore Arm

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by n4, Aug 4, 2011.

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  1. n4

    n4 TS Member

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    I am looking to see if anybody knows anyone that can duplicate this (I believe wood branding a name into the wood)is the right term. This on is on a MX15 and don't where it was done.
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  2. JACK

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    I agree. Kinda neat... If you dont' have one on your gun, you should
     
  3. W.P.T.

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    I had a guy do a fore arm for me, I asked if he knew how to spell Perazzi and he assured me that he did ... I ended up with Pizza burned into the wood, asked him what the hell he did ... He said he just figured I didn't know how to pronounce it so he spelled it right to surprise me ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  4. Sportshot

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    yeah, right... why did the trapshooter cross the road, to get to the perazzi shop on the other size. Pepperoni please.
     
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    WPT: Now That's Funny!
     
  6. semperfi909

    semperfi909 Well-Known Member

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    That looks way more like stamping/compression marking than burning. Burning would be much more problematic to do in a production basis and far less likely to be consistent. The ones of these I've seen did not appear at all to be burned - nice sharp corners, consistent depth, etc.

    JMO of course
     
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