FIREARM CUSTOM ENGRAVING
Let GSH ENGRAVING customize your firearm with laser precision.
We can Custom Engrave using any of the following:
- Deep Engraving
- Surface Engraving
- Reverse Engraving
- Text or Images
- Metal, Wood or Composite
Let GSH Engraving be your single source for custom firearm engraving. We provide ATF compliant firearm marking for AR-15, M16, M4 Carbine, SBR (Short Barrel Rifles), SBS (Short Barrel Shotguns), Suppressors, Silencers, Pistols, Revolvers, Semi-Automatic Pistols, and Any Other Weapons (AOW). All engraving exceeds BATFE requirements. We are the only firearm accessory manufacturer and gun store in Southwest Missouri that does Firearm laser engraving in house.
Our fiber laser can perform a non-destructive, surface-only (completely smooth), with permanent black marks using an annealing process. As a result, providing a surface mark and looks great for images engraved on your AR.
Does your firearm have a coated material for instance, Anodizing, Cerakote, Powdercoat, etc? Laser mark can be performed on most of these coated metals.
Custom firearm laser engraving can be performed on the following components. Metal uppers and lowers, metal slide, composite upper and lowers as well as wood and composite stocks.
Like wise, Etch and deep-engrave can be performed on most types of metal. While, this could include for example, serial numbers deep engraved into firearms that would meet the current required ATF minimum depth of 0.003″. In other words, resulting in factory like engraving on your firearm.
If you are looking to make your text or image POP on your firearm, then check out our Reverse engraving. In other words, this engraving process will result in the selected text or image raised up on your firearm.
Finally, firearm custom engraved patterns can be 2d, 3d or commemorative text. With this being said, they may be lasered to almost any area of your firearm.
Most noteworthy, NFA Engraving is now available. Please see NFA Engraving.
For a complete list of what products we can engrave on please refer to GSH Engraving.
For further questions and answers concerning the ATF and firearms, please click here ATF Page Firearms Q&As.