Laser Engraving

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We cannot laser engrave (etch) guns with a blued, nickel, chrome or Parkerized finish.

We have a class 1 Federal Firearms License so we can accept the frame of a firearm.

Etching on stainless steel and uncoated brass is black and will not show up on firearms with a blued finish. 

We can do anodized aluminum or aluminum with a cerekote finish. AR 15 frames offer a great surface for your logo or special 2nd Amendment message.  Anodized aluminum is a perfect medium for a CO2 laser. Check out the samples below.

We cannot go over existing checkering or a previous engravings.  The curvature of the surface may limit how close we can get to the outer edge of the work piece.

Laser engraving on metal surfaces is not deep. On stainless guns, the effect is more like etching and not, what I consider, traditional engraving. The bare stainless steel must be coated first. The laser then etches through the coating, leaving a black etching in the metals surface. After engraving, the coating is removed.

All pricing quotes are for standard materials and limited graphic work. 

We can combine or alter any of the samples below. They are a small display of customers requests.  Some logos or graphics, provided by the customer, are not useable in their original condition. Lasers need a good line drawing for the best results. Many graphics can be converted and made usable. Some are just not good enough to convert. At times,  graphic redesigns, can require several hours of extra work and a graphic conversion fee may be necessary.
   The ideal graphic is a vector line drawing, preferably in Corel draw. 


Stainless Steel Rifle Frames


Brass Side Plate
(Brass must be uncoated, no lacquer or clear coat)


AR-15  and Anodized Frames

Painted Metal (L) - Bottom Floor Plates - Stainless (R)  

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