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How do people feel about the roll marks on their pistols? What experience are you having? Is there a cost effective way to either prevent or restore roll marks? I saw Nutnfancy's first PPQ video where the roll marks were rubbing off already. For a company that seems to pride itself on quality and aesthetics, it seems a little strange that they use roll marks that look so cool up front but rub off over time.

Do people restore them? Or get them engraved? Or do people just don't care. I don't know if it looks good, and it certainly borders on OCD, but I figured maybe I could take a picture of it, and after the roll marks deteriorate enough, I could send the slide somewhere to get it engraved. Maybe that's taking it too far, but they do look so cool!
 

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I asked someone who does laser etching and was told it is next to impossible to do well.
 
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