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    Marlin with custom etching.

    Balentine_jens_social_media.jpgMarlin with custom etching, XS sights, and fresh Cerakote.
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    Very cool!
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    Very nice!
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    That looks nice. I wonder how a Pringhorn would look on the side done in this method. Have you had anybody do anything similar? I went to your website and didn't see anything about etching.

    I once had a 1895 GST that I sold. It was laser engraved and the engraving was so shallow that you could barely catch a fingernail on it. You could see the etching pretty well though primarily because of the difference in color. These days I kinda wish I had not sold it because you just don't see them.


    But back to the antelope. I think it might look pretty nice to have an Pronghorn engraved/etched on the side of a 308MXLR.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruiser View Post
    That looks nice. I wonder how a Pringhorn would look on the side done in this method. Have you had anybody do anything similar? I went to your website and didn't see anything about etching.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bruiser View Post

    I once had a 1895 GST that I sold. It was laser engraved and the engraving was so shallow that you could barely catch a fingernail on it. You could see the etching pretty well though primarily because of the difference in color. These days I kinda wish I had not sold it because you just don't see them.


    But back to the antelope. I think it might look pretty nice to have an Pronghorn engraved/etched on the side of a 308MXLR.


    -Bob
    We have not done an antelope but I don't know why we couldn't do one! It would need to be a simple line drawing, but i believe there are plenty of options.
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    325 Patterson Ranch Lane
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