Frequently Asked Questions

List of questions

  1. Why the EDgun logo employs a nontypical symbol which at first seems hardly connected with weapons?
  2. Initially left hand side bolt handles were made without any change in price, so why the cost of this option has increased now? And why people need left-side bolt handles?
  3. Why an impregnation-ready stock is so much more expensive?

Why the EDgun logo employs a nontypical symbol which at first seems hardly connected with weapons?

This logo was created in commemoration of Ralph, the company owner's Rottweiler dog. One can rather frequently see pictures of animals on gunmakers' logos (some well-known examples are Colt's horse, JSB's scorpion, and so on). Ralph was a marvellous dog and he is well worth of such a memory. Besides, the Rottweiler is a hardy breed, and we think this symbol fits us well.

 

Initially left hand side bolt handles were made without any change in price, so why the cost of this option has increased now? And why people need left side bolt handles?

Bolt frames are created on CNC machines, that is, one and the same programme is applied to a large batch at a time. It takes time and money to make modifications to the programme and create a non-standard component. On the whole, left side handles are useful for quicker reloading by those who shoot with the right hand. Left-handers feel better with a bolt handle being on the right side.

 

Why an impregnation-ready stock is so much more expensive?

A painting-ready stock is gradually processed with sand paper of graininess up to 240 (inclusively), while an impregnation-ready stock requires processing with sand paper of graininess up to 1 000. The time spent and the quality differ immensely. Besides, for impregnation-ready stocks we select blanks that are most beautiful in terms of artwork.