The Amazing Works of SIG’s Master Engravers (PHOTOS)

06/28/13 8:00 PM | by

The SIG Sauer King Tut:




The SIG Sauer Zeus:




The SIG Sauer Alexander the Great:




And the SIG Sauer Barracuda:




The Firearm Blog put up these two sets of photos showcasing the work of master engravers at SIG Sauer Germany.

The King Tut was engraved by Jürgen Göser, Zeus was engraved by Peter Ewald along with presumably the Alexander the Great and the Barracuda was engraved by Hanns Dösel.

Man, Europeans really have a completely different take on the barbeque gun.

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