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Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by DriBak, Feb 13, 2007.
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They did a fine job. I thought about getting my Combat Parachutist Badge on the mag well of an AR (one of these days). Looking at that, I might get both - my CIB and CPB.
I'd like to getsomething done on mine as well, and yep the AR would be sweet!
That looks GREAT! I had "Fallschirmjaeger" etched on the slide of my G19 out in Vegas while doing a security gig at the jewelry show in June. Wasn't sure if this jewelry engraving machine could scratch the finish, but it came out nice.
Why did you have that engraved on your pistol?
I got it engraved on my pistol because my old lady would die if I got it tattooed on my chest. I was an active duty 11B and recieved the CIB from my duty during the first Gulf War.
Attached is a phot of my fire team leade CPL M. Weidner pinning on my CIB
I think he was asking NYS Ret.5763 the interesting question of why he got "'Fallschirmjaeger' etched on the slide of [his] G19."
"Fallschirmjaeger" means "Hunter from the Sky" in German..the name for their paratroopers dating back to WW2. I served with the 82d from 1983-86, therefore......
SORRY, it took SO LONG to respond, I was on active duty from 6/4/07 to 6/19/08 including 8 months in Iraq. Look forward to being back on GlockTalk. AIRBORNE...ALL THE WAY!!!
I bought my first Glock, a model 27 awhile back, through the International Associations of Bomb Technicians & Investigators. (IABTI) At the time they had Glock put out three choices (Model 26,27 and 22) with the IABTI emblem and the words IABTI 20th Anniversary on the slide.
I still carry this everyday.
I also have a 1st Generation Glock 20 10MM w/ night sights.
Of course, many Paratroopers have earned German Para wings and wear them on their dress uniform. They can be called a 'Fallschirmjaeger' for real!
what dose something like that cost to do,, I would like to get one.
hey nys ret 5763
can you take a photo of your glock with the fallschirmjaeger,
As for a picture..I'll have to get my 16 yr.old son on that...you're "seeing" the extent of my computer knowledge right now!!