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I'm not sure but I do like the looks of it. Sorry I can't be any help but maybe you could talk to your friend who works at the shop and see who customized it
 

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I'm not sure but I do like the looks of it. Sorry I can't be any help but maybe you could talk to your friend who works at the shop and see who customized it
He owns a damn good pawn shop and they see a ton of guns and they are stumped. I disassembled this one and I am certain that it has never been shot other than at the factory if that. Everything is perfect. Original Glock barrel is still in it as well.
 

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Closest I can find is Alpha Shooting Sports.
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Closest I can find is Alpha Shooting Sports.
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The craftsmanship is great. Just so darn puzzling.
 

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What are we guessing the logo is of?
I think the logo looks like a very stylized picture of an Armadillo. It could be the engraver might have the word “Armadillo” in the name, or at least is located in Texas. Just a guess on my part.
 
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Did anyone hear run the logo through an online reverse image search engine??
 
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Did anyone hear run the logo through an online reverse image search engine??
I never heard of such a thing. I ran a Google search using Armadillo in a bunch of ways like, Armadillo milling, armadillo tactical, armadillo Glock, armadillo slide, etc. nothing.
 

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I never heard of such a thing. I ran a Google search using Armadillo in a bunch of ways like, Armadillo milling, armadillo tactical, armadillo Glock, armadillo slide, etc. nothing.
A reverse image search is pretty cool. What you do, is you upload an image to the search engine. It spits back everywhere else on the internet where the exact same image is published. People use them all the time to see if a picture of someone is genuine or not.
 
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Cool I’ll have to try that out. You try the slide image?
 

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Here’s one of the better known reverse image search:
Guess what, I just ran the pic of the weird armadillo logo, and it came back with zero matches. All that means is the exact same picture appears nowhere else except here on Glock Forum. Doesn’t mean a similar image doesn’t exist.
 
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Here’s one of the better known reverse image search:
Guess what, I just ran the pic of the weird armadillo logo, and it came back with zero matches. All that means is the exact same picture appears nowhere else except here on Glock Forum. Doesn’t mean a similar image doesn’t exist.
I was trying to do it but evidently it’s too 21st Century for me.😔
 

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As a matter of fact the phone company is here now as the WiFi is out.
Did those old rotary phones ever wear out?
 
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