Just exercised my second amendment right and purchased a new Ruger revolver. THey had one that was plain stainless steel, and one that had been engraved. Man, I'm a sucker for anything nicely engraved; ain't that a byoot?!
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I wish I knew; I don't see a stamp or anything identifying information on the gun; whoever it was, they did some niiiiice work!
Here's what I don't get. They had a stainless steel version without engraving; and the same model (which I bought) with the engraving for $200 more. Is it me, or does it seem a little light on the engraver's fee? And I'm honestly asking out of ignorance, because I am very much still a newbie. Thanks to anyone who can shed some light. Y'all stay well out there. Fools abound!
Man, I hate to hear that- much rather have a human do that kind of work; but thanks for the info; and it's good to know a person didn't get shorted a decent wage for beautiful work. Thanks and stay well-
thanks for the information- just found the talo engraved ruger online. I hate that it wasn't done by human hands, but I'm glad engravers are getting paid more than what I paid for the upgrade. Even still, I love the engraving on it. stay well-