When I got my GI No Name, I liked it so much I had my CQB de-rolled and refinished in black armor.Considering exactly that.
I was a ///M3 and ///M5 driver for many years, and ordered both cars with no model inscription badging whatsoever. No need.I ordered a BMW 2 years ago and the dealer placed their "dealer mark" on it. that cost them $500 dollars on the negotiated price because i specifically told them NOT to do it. Nothing a heat gun and goo gone couldnt remove though
I think so too, and the smaller font cursive on the dust cover has grown on me a lot as I see more of them done this way. When I do order my Supergrade after the first of the year, it will be spec'ed that way, with naked slide other than the Wilson logo behind the RCS on the right side and the military police insignia on the left behind the RCS. The MP insignia is my remembrance of my service years ago.I think Supergrade's should be marked "Supergrade" somewhere on the gun.