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Name my gun!

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Neatly scratch it on the metal somewhere maybe? Or a sticker? :L

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Use sharpie :P or a compass, use the sharp part to scratch it into the receiver :lol:

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sit there with an M9 bayonet doing it,

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phobos and deimos

fear and death

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phobos and deimos

fear and death

That is pure amazing. That is latin correct? It is to tempting to write deimos on my USP..... Hmmm anyone like my idea?

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planning to scratch them on my 1911's

but i have no problem with people copying the idea

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planning to scratch them on my 1911's

but i have no problem with people copying the idea

Nice idea! I was thinking of writing 'Death' But in german! (H&K) But since its a plastic slide is scratching be the right way of doing it?

 

Edit: Deffo not Death as it is 'Tod', Fear is better: 'Furcht'. Any other cool words you can think of?

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Why were you looking at just bb guns in the first place? :P

Because it makes me laugh. All those comments featuring screaming kids going "134 FPS OMGGGG!!! AMAZING!!"

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Arse & hole :P:lol:

 

Quentin?

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Call it Mr Schmooplepuss IV.

Go on, you know you want to. Scratch it into the side of your gun. The post the photos for me to laugh comment on.

 

:D

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCBwEDPazXo

 

Coming from a Northern engineering family, I have a habit of naming machines (especially attributing female names). I'm tempted to name my LSW and SIG, but I'm not sure I'd paint/etch it them. But to be honest I'd Just remember the names. Mostly because at the moment I have several possible names floating around.

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how about King Jamesbobajobpaintyourmothergreen III

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how about King Jamesbobajobpaintyourmothergreen III

 

Its a USP Compact not a M200! Also how damn hard is it to get some plain WHITE alphabet stickers now adays! Not any gay glittery ones!

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if the M4 is blue go with something that reminds you of that like typhoon or something.

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Gitter!! On My pistol!! I would rather not have one! What would I call it? Ass Bandit?

 

Edit: I have just realised that there is now were to write anything on my pistol or M4 :(

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There's always somewhere :P On the M4, try the bulge/tubey bit of the receiver in line with the stock. We used to do that.

 

My old team used to label all our guns with something on the receiver, and then on every major removable part (e.g barrel assemblies, gearboxes etc), so that if the techie was doing any mass-services, he could make sure nothing got lost; everything went in the right gun, and if he found something, he could figure out easily which gun it went in.

 

Each gun type had a colour (red = AK, blue = M4, support = green), then we gave each gun a number as well (if a gun was sold, the old number was retired and any new guns of that type would simply go from the last number in use). My M4 was Blue6 - it's not exactly a name, but it was still an identifier.

 

EDIT: If you use a sharpie, it'll come off with nail varnish remover, meaning you won't have to paint over anything if you choose to sell.

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Ok, thanks. But wont sharpie just come of in the rain?

 

Edit: I have found a sharpie white paint marker, will it write on my smooth plastic USP slide? I really want to do this!

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Nah, sharpie are pretty waterproof :)

 

They do however come off with nail varnish remover and plentiful use (but so would anyting - even etchings would blend after a lot of use).

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