The Art of Metal


The Art of Metal

The art of metalworking, also known as metalworking or metallurgy, is the process of working with metals to create objects or shapes. Metalworking can involve a wide range of techniques and methods, including shaping, cutting, and joining metals, as well as finishing and polishing. The Art of Metal

Metalworking has been practiced for thousands of years and has played an important role in human history and culture. It has been used to create a wide variety of objects, from tools and weapons to decorative items and works of art.

In the context of firearms, metalworking is often used to create the various components of a gun, such as the barrel, trigger, and grip. Metalworking is also used to create accessories and other items that are often used with firearms, such as holsters, magazines, and sights.

It is important to note that metalworking can be a dangerous and potentially hazardous activity, and it is always a good idea to seek proper training and guidance from experts before working with metals. It is also important to follow safety protocols and guidelines to ensure the safety of oneself and others.

Only a few years ago it was thought to be impossible to own a pistol with Damascus steels crafted by Master Metal Artis clinton or xtreme gun the two titans of this medium.  The Art of Metal is the first pistol constructed from Damascus steel from both of these Legends.  But the pistol does not end there. 4.5 billion year old meteorite was employed for the trigger, and front and rear sights. The curve of the face of the trigger is the natural exterior surface of the meteorite known as the regmaglypts formed by vortices of hot gases as it entered the earth’s atmosphere at unfathomable temperature, perhaps the ultimate heat treatment.  A Cabot Blue PVD distinguishes the slide.  Simply put, this pistol is a consolidation of metals by both the gods and man.

Caliber: 45acp


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