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    50 CAL Dan1612's Avatar
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    Award Masters: A+++

    I made my appointment last week, literally minutes after being approved, and I had my receiver done today. Needless to say, it looks fantastic! Friendly staff and very reasonably priced.
    The neatest thing to me is that I watched the whole process, and the lower never left my sight. It also only took about 30 minutes. Very highly recommended.

    ^ This was the very first pass, it was actually gone over 3 times for super sharp and deep letters.

    ^ Final product. Very happy with the results.


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    What does something like that run?

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    I had them do a yeti cup as a retirement gift a few weeks back and it turned out awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madeSICC88 View Post
    What does something like that run?

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    $32.50. Less than a bottle of tequila.


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    I've seen several of there items; always great work.

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    I had great luck with them too. They used an older machine that is better for metal work and I was very satisfied. I went cheap on my trust's name as there is only one letter and one number before the NFA TRUST part, but I see what you did there. LOL, I am a cheap bastard...save money for more ammo!
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    50 CAL Dan1612's Avatar
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    ^ I was just trying to keep the name short, but the ATF ordered me to add "ar-15" since that's the model I listed on my Form 1, but wasn't on the lower already. Cost me 5 characters. Lol.


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    What exactly is required to be engraved on a Trust item? Is the location required?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viking1204 View Post
    What exactly is required to be engraved on a Trust item? Is the location required?
    Manufacture name, (Your trusts name or your name if you did it as an individual) and location (City and State).

    In before someone links the completely wrong TTAG blog that is spreading wrongful information....That guy is an idiot.

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    Another great job.

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