My Engraved Mak

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by GARY D, Jul 15, 2002.

  1. GARY D

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    Thought some of you might get a kick out of what I did to my Mak. I played around with it and engraved some STUFF on the slide and frame. My signature is on it and if I ever get world famous :rolleyes: it will make the gun worth a fortune :p

    Anyway I always liked this little pistola and now with the engraving I love and it's fun to show around when I'm shooting it.

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  2. Gary- very impressive-very nice.
     

  3. GARY D

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    Thank you Alan.
     
  4. I don't own a MAK yet. Just curious what would you charge for a similar engraving?
     
  5. GARY D

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    The only thing I can engrave is the slide because I am not an FFL and can't receive a whole gun but the slide would be $25.00 done similar to what is shown but to see more please go to ZIPGRAVER . There is some Glock slide engraving and other gun stuff and other options for engraving.

    Engraving doesn't make the gun shoot any better but it does make the shooter feel better. :p

    Thanks
     
  6. Thanks Gary-- as far as I am concerned--that is more than than a resonable price.
     
  7. Just a word of warning --there are rules and regulations on advertising. Check with Jessie and Chris on this issue. And yes I was the one to ask you the questions, and I accept all responsibilities. Probably be banned for ever.
     
  8. GARY D

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    OOPS... never thought about it as advertising but you're right Alan it is. Won't do it anymore. :(
     
  9. Gary D at least you are an honest man.--God bless.
     
  10. Klaus

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    What kind of grips are those? They are neither the brown "star" grips or the black thumbrest grips.
     
  11. GARY D

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    Pearce... they are about about 8-9 years old I think.

    PS- They are awesome!
     
  12. Klaus,

    I have Pearce on mine too.

    If you're interested they are nice comfortable grips.

    They add a little more 'beef' to the grip and helps larger hands.

    They are not slip ons as they screw on with the existing screw on the back of the gripe.
     
  13. NRAJOE

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    Very nice Mak, man!
     
  14. GARY D

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    Thanks! :D

    And it shoots as good at it looks too!
     
  15. NRAJOE

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    WHEN I get one we'll talk about you engraving the slide,okay? Also what kind of sights are those? Original sights are sadly lacking!
     
  16. Calvin

    Calvin G&G Evangelist

    Joe, those are the original adjustable sights that came on the Russian models. Kinda like putting mud flaps on a dragster, if you ask me. They work pretty well, but if you break the pin holding them on, that's a nightmare to fix. They had to have them on there because they aren't considered a sporting handgun by the GCA of '68 without them.
     
  17. NRAJOE

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    Oh, okay, all I've ever seen is the fixed sight East German and Bulgarian.
     
  18. GARY D

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    You know I've never had to adjust those sights :p Shot perfect right out of the box and continues to do so to this day. Gotta remember this ain't no target pistol but darn good. ;)