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Old 03-29-2020, 07:44 AM
mp1970 mp1970 is offline
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Good day, everyone.
I finally picked up my R1 a few days ago. Since ranges are closed, all I could do is to baby this gun, strip it, clean it, oil it...
Here is what I found... The “REMINGTON” logo on the slide appears to be engraved, not milled, not rolled, not stamped, but engraved... ??? I don’t know if its good or bad, its just different from what we see on majority of any other brands/models. I can actually see the burr marks on a logo. Please look at yours and tell me if I’m going crazy.
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Old 03-29-2020, 09:27 PM
Jason D Jason D is offline
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Good day, everyone.
I finally picked up my R1 a few days ago. Since ranges are closed, all I could do is to baby this gun, strip it, clean it, oil it...
Here is what I found... The “REMINGTON” logo on the slide appears to be engraved, not milled, not rolled, not stamped, but engraved... ??? I don’t know if its good or bad, its just different from what we see on majority of any other brands/models. I can actually see the burr marks on a logo. Please look at yours and tell me if I’m going crazy.
A lot of companies have went to laser for inputting roll marks. It can look cleaner, but also doesn't translate well to wording. Sometimes words will look odd.
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