I've always been interested in engraving but I've always had too much on the table.
What are the tools of the trade and what is a good resource for learning techniques?
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Check out GRS Glendo Tools. They make the tools, and teach. I've been using theirtools since 1978. Good luck--the secret to success is Get Started, and Keep At It! BR
I think GRS is in Emporia, Kansas. Bill Janney, who does all the gunstock carving and engraving gives week long classes there. It's about $800 for the class tuition and about that much more for the unit.
Any pics of engraved weapons?I'm really interested.