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    Thought I'd post up a few pics of one of the latest remarks from Mike. I wanted it done like current production without the dash and spaced differently. Mike had to digitized the image I sent and then have a new plate made for his machine. I think it turned out excellent and couldn't wait to try the different stocks I had on hand. I present my baby, Monique.

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    I like that marking much better, well done

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    Excellent! When I get my butt in gear, that's exactly what I want.

    Side question: Does he fill in the old stamping with weld? Because that's one heck of a job. You would never know it was welded.

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    Very nice and very clean!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by esh21167 View Post
    Excellent! When I get my butt in gear, that's exactly what I want.

    Side question: Does he fill in the old stamping with weld? Because that's one heck of a job. You would never know it was welded.
    All was filled by TIG, even HK logo. Then ground flat and remarked.

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    Have seen a few MM SP5s and they all look incredible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chargerdude70 View Post
    All was filled by TIG, even HK logo. Then ground flat and remarked.
    How much of the weapon has to be refinished? Just the top rib?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsuser View Post
    How much of the weapon has to be refinished? Just the top rib?
    Yeah, I'm curious to know if you kept the "Refer to Owner's Manual" engraving or had that changed as well. Of course this is a pic request
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnbigdawg View Post
    Yeah, I'm curious to know if you kept the "Refer to Owner's Manual" engraving or had that changed as well. Of course this is a pic request
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    He redoes the magwell to remove that warning.

    Any upcharge for the 'non dash' option?

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    I’m curious, is the non dash option the correct way to do it or is just a preference?
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