by NRA Staff -
Monday, November 4, 2013
The laser engraver applies the finishing touches to the "2014 Friends of NRA Matched Set."
Masking takes place in the project area 365 days a year.
Areas of the firearm that are not meant to be etched are identified with a coating of red dye.
Barrels in every configuration are prepared for engraving.
Precise disassembly and reassembly of each firearm that comes through Baron's shop is of utmost importance.
Intricate NRA engraving
It takes the steady hand of Baron’s artists to apply detail to each original drawing.
Baron’s newest treatment, “Cerakote,” adds new dimension to a canvas.
Significant time and detail goes into all hand-painted projects.
Hand engraving on the cylinder of a revolver.
Intricate hand engraving
Detailed laser engraving.
Baron Technology Inc. is a full-service shop that performs engraving on all types of products and surfaces, including firearms.
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