The next few pages are set forth to illustrate
how I make white lettering on my rifles shotguns and other firearms.
This information is presented for informational purposes only
and is NOT a guide or directions.
I feel that it is important to pass on to others a little of what
I learn, (and a lot of people have helped to teach this stuff
to me), and in response to people asking me how I made the letters
and number on the rifle appear so nicely in the photographs on
the M1 Garand site, I have decided to present that information
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and instruction of any kind.
- It IS intended as a source to illustrate
how I do things.
- It IS up to you to seek out REAL training
from an expert and not rely on this page.
READ THIS: For obvious reasons I do NOT
recommend any of the procedures written about on this website.
This is, for good or for ill, how *I* work on my firearms. I have
not been trained by any experts and I may be doing something dangerous
to myself or to my firearms. Do NOT try any of these techniques
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