On the Importance of Engraving

I remember my father talking to a client once and saying to him that although engraving was a nice thing to have on a gun it didn’t add to the way the gun performed. The client disagreed with him saying that if anyone owned a nice hand engraved gun it actually made them shoot better because they didn’t want to look foolish on the shooting field; in other words they’d up their game to be able to shoot to the quality of the gun rather than have a top quality gun, miss the target and look like a twit.

Marcus Hunt, referring to his father, master engraver Ken Hunt

One Response to On the Importance of Engraving

  1. Mr. B. says:

    I’m a friend of Trish Cutler. I would like to speak with you regarding engraving a revolver. Thanks.

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