Hi Keith,First we dropped the cross and then we dropped the logo all together.
Iggy IMO Sir, anyone who is or was a LEO Deserves that plus some.Clyde,
That presentation case was a gift from Bob Serva. He knew why I wanted the RZ-25 with my Badge number and when the gun showed up it was in the case.
One of the few times ol Iggy was plumb speechless.
Ok...I'll try again. Why did a man of such strong convictions allow the cross to be taken off the gun?If you look carefully at Ryan's bottom photo, you will see a tiny cross immediately below the upper-most of the 13 stars surrounding the Minuteman. Whether or not one agreed with the philosophy, Christianity formed a strong foundation for the early DW 1911s. My buddy Bob Serva, indeed a strong Christian, did not hold back in representing (tastefully, I think) what he believed!
I can attest to this statement. It is one (of very many) reasons I started doing business with Bob. We share a common belief, and I knew instantly he was a man of his word. Not to mention his products are top notch!He did not take it off.
Bob's "Conviction" is unquestionable, believe me.