It features a case-colored receiver with gold inlay
, and an enhanced-grain Triwood stock.
What's puzzling me is the gold inlay
; I have not been able to find another like it.
The selling exhibition will bring together unique objects, including Mamluk and Safavid Qu'ran folios, an Ottoman Blunderbuss wide-mouth pistol, a Qajar steel and gold inlay
shield and helmet, along with ceramics, calligraphic illuminations and Qur'ans, AlBahie Auction House has said in a statement.
Its lightweight alloy receiver plated in polished nickel is engraved on both side flats with a scroll lightly accented with 24K gold inlay
. Like the original, the Long Ranger Deluxe comes in .223 Rem/.556 NATO, .243 Winchester, and .308 Winchester calibers and features round 20" barrels, checkered American walnut furniture, straight-wrist stocks, an adjustable folding rear sight and 0.062" ramped ivory bead front, drilled and tapped receivers for scopes, nonslip black solid rubber recoil pad and more.
The engraved scroll on both side flats is lightly accented with 24K gold inlay
. Like the original, the Long Ranger Deluxe comes in the same .223 Rem/ .556 NATO, .243 Winchester, and .308 Winchester calibers.
Henry's LONG RANGER DELUXE ENGRAVED EDITION rifles are built to the same specs as the original Long Ranger rifles, with the most significant difference being the lightweight alloy receiver finished with a nickel plating, intricate scroll engraving and lightly accented with 24-karat gold inlay
. The Deluxe Engraved Edition is available in .223 Rem/5.56 NATO, .243 Win.
There was no engraving or gold inlay
, and for sure it was a hunting rifle doing its intended task.
I have a Forster/Bonanza Gold Inlay
Filling Kit for guns that has done a good job on several firearms.
The gold inlay
following the lines of the crack contrasting against the turquoise of this dish make the piece even more desirable
Among the items in his private collection include a Shishane gun (from late 18th century and made of Damascus steel, wood, ivory and brass), khanjar or dagger (from 19th century and adorned with figures wearing fashionable European clothing), separ or shield (from the 19th century and decorated with painted floral design, figures of couples and Persian poetry) and kard or knife (from late 18th century to early 19th century and decorated with gold inlay
(Medical aids use codes that support the avoidance of cross-infection.) One of the most common abuses was the use of 'specials', where entire families were encouraged to come in for dental treatment and received a gold inlay
for free--the proviso being that four or more family members had to be on the principal member's medical aid.