Bold Engraved Name & Model on Airguns

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    Dirte
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    How do you guys feel about the large stand out Engraved manufacturers name and model on the receiver and stocks that are on most precision airguns? It seems that airguns have it large and proud and powder guns are subtle with muted small print.

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    puertorico
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    That would be awesome but I buy and sell so much I would be afraid to do it!

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    Dirte
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    “puertorico”That would be awesome but I buy and sell so much I would be afraid to do it!

    Actually I was referring to the manufacturer’s name
 that the gun comes with. Not personalized. I will edit my post to clarify.

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    Marksman3006
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    DirteHow do you guys feel about the large stand out Engraved manufacturers name and model on the receiver and stocks that are on most precision airguns? It seems that airguns have it large and proud and powder guns are subtle with muted small print.

    I never really thought about it too much….but I guess it doesnt bother me on my wolverine b. All it really says is wolverine on the action and daystate under the forend. I guess it would bother me if it was intrusive/big.

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    pbguns
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    My breeches visit my mill, (they get faced or “de-badged”, then off to re-anodized).
    I don’t like any markings at all. I’m not going to resell later so not worried about that. 

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    JoeWayneRhea
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    PB that’s what I need o do to my loading breech on my Mini . Wanting to have better Access to the loading port

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    JohnL57
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    My Marauders and my CZ s200 don’t bother me a bit-I would probably hate the way the Hatsan PCPs are engraved in giant letters if I had one. I have a hunch the ground squirrels would not care either way!

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    unionrdr
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    I like to leave’em on my guns, especially the old ones. Helps with identifying age, etc.

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    Alan
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    I’ve noticed that low volume manufacturers all have their name bigger than life on the sides. High volume ones are rather muted it seams.

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    unionrdr
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    True. Like the big, fancy logo on my Winchester 1400CS vs the one on the Model 160 Crosman…

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    hasenpfeffer
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    Flashy logos on airguns rub me the wrong way, much like “tactical” styling and badass-sounding names.

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