Seeking input on doing a commemorative agency pistol..
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    Quote Originally Posted by 459459 View Post
    A commemorative is built to celebrate a person,
    place or event in my opinion.

    It takes a accumulator that cares about the the memory to buy it.
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    I'm still trying to remember why I bought this one....
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    Love that picture^^^^
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    Grand old party.
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    Perhaps big bore Henry, keep the gun somewhat stock for future value. Then do commerative custom stocks with badge inlaid. It might keep the cost/unit down and allow all kinds of custom add on plaques, carving or other creative ways to remind owners and family to remember things/people/events. I suspect Henry would be receptive to a conversation. Heck, I’ve talked myself into one and I’ve never even been to Alaska!
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    I like the idea of doing a long gun. Winchester used to make commemorative guns for everything.
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    A walnut buttstock can be laser-engraved by 'any' decent trophy shop - all they'll need is the artwork, in the case of the badge.

    Find someone who'll shoot you a wholesale/quantity price, and you're in business - but get the money up front.
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