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DriBak
02-13-2007, 18:27
courtesy of www.zipgraver.com

http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j282/DriBak/DSCN0483.jpg

black rob
02-19-2007, 19:14
RIGHT ON!

82ndAbn
02-20-2007, 16:24
They did a fine job. I thought about getting my Combat Parachutist Badge on the mag well of an AR (one of these days). Looking at that, I might get both - my CIB and CPB. :)

Very impressive!

black rob
02-20-2007, 16:50
I'd like to getsomething done on mine as well, and yep the AR would be sweet!

Rob

NYS Ret.5763
02-21-2007, 12:58
That looks GREAT! I had "Fallschirmjaeger" etched on the slide of my G19 out in Vegas while doing a security gig at the jewelry show in June. Wasn't sure if this jewelry engraving machine could scratch the finish, but it came out nice.:thumbsup:

82ndAbn
02-23-2007, 08:41
Originally posted by NYS Ret.5763
That looks GREAT! I had "Fallschirmjaeger" etched on the slide of my G19 out in Vegas while doing a security gig at the jewelry show in June. Wasn't sure if this jewelry engraving machine could scratch the finish, but it came out nice.:thumbsup:

Why did you have that engraved on your pistol?

DriBak
02-23-2007, 13:29
Originally posted by 82ndAbn
Why did you have that engraved on your pistol?
I got it engraved on my pistol because my old lady would die if I got it tattooed on my chest. I was an active duty 11B and recieved the CIB from my duty during the first Gulf War.
Attached is a phot of my fire team leade CPL M. Weidner pinning on my CIB
http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j282/DriBak/cibpin.jpg

Bren
02-23-2007, 20:19
Originally posted by DriBak
I got it engraved on my pistol because my old lady would die if I got it tattooed on my chest. I was an active duty 11B and recieved the CIB from my duty during the first Gulf War.
Attached is a phot of my fire team leade CPL M. Weidner pinning on my CIB
http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j282/DriBak/cibpin.jpg
I think he was asking NYS Ret.5763 the interesting question of why he got "'Fallschirmjaeger' etched on the slide of [his] G19."

NYS Ret.5763
07-22-2008, 13:14
"Fallschirmjaeger" means "Hunter from the Sky" in German..the name for their paratroopers dating back to WW2. I served with the 82d from 1983-86, therefore......:whistling:
SORRY, it took SO LONG to respond, I was on active duty from 6/4/07 to 6/19/08 including 8 months in Iraq. Look forward to being back on GlockTalk. AIRBORNE...ALL THE WAY!!!:supergrin:

GreenBeret1631
07-22-2008, 15:34
courtesy of www.zipgraver.com

http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j282/DriBak/DSCN0483.jpg

Nice job!

I bought my first Glock, a model 27 awhile back, through the International Associations of Bomb Technicians & Investigators. (IABTI) At the time they had Glock put out three choices (Model 26,27 and 22) with the IABTI emblem and the words IABTI 20th Anniversary on the slide.

I still carry this everyday.

I also have a 1st Generation Glock 20 10MM w/ night sights.

GreenBeret1631
07-22-2008, 15:38
"Fallschirmjaeger" means "Hunter from the Sky" in German..the name for their paratroopers dating back to WW2. I served with the 82d from 1983-86, therefore......:whistling:
SORRY, it took SO LONG to respond, I was on active duty from 6/4/07 to 6/19/08 including 8 months in Iraq. Look forward to being back on GlockTalk. AIRBORNE...ALL THE WAY!!!:supergrin:

Of course, many Paratroopers have earned German Para wings and wear them on their dress uniform. They can be called a 'Fallschirmjaeger' for real! :supergrin:

tankerfrank
07-23-2008, 18:57
what dose something like that cost to do,, I would like to get one.

tankerfrank
07-23-2008, 19:05
That looks GREAT! I had "Fallschirmjaeger" etched on the slide of my G19 out in Vegas while doing a security gig at the jewelry show in June. Wasn't sure if this jewelry engraving machine could scratch the finish, but it came out nice.:thumbsup:


hey nys ret 5763
can you take a photo of your glock with the fallschirmjaeger,

thank you
tanker

NYS Ret.5763
07-28-2008, 09:59
As for a picture..I'll have to get my 16 yr.old son on that...you're "seeing" the extent of my computer knowledge right now!!:cool: