2D Graphics

2D Graphics can include various color tones and are popular on mag wells, slides, stocks and grips.

3D Graphics

3D engraving creates stunning images with amazing detail, its popular on slides and mag wells but can be applied to most surface areas.


Commemorative engravings can include monograms, 2D and 3D engravings and are popular for anniversaries, retirements and special recognition.


Accubeam is your single source for custom gun engraving and firearm engraving. We engrave all AR-15, M16, M4 Carbine, MPX, SBR (Short Barrel Rifles), SBS (Short Barrel Shotguns), Machine Pistols, Suppressors, Silencers, Pistols, Revolvers, Semi-Automatic Pistols, NFA and Class III firearms. We are licensed by the ATF as an FFL Type 7 and SOT providing us the capability to take possession and laser engrave fully assembled guns, firearms, suppressors, rails & accessories, stocks, lowers, uppers or barrels. Here is a general description of the laws pertaining to firearms that fall under the National Firearms Act or NFA.

Laser engraving is the preferred method to add serial numbers, NFA Trust & owner information, logos, custom graphics and features to guns or firearms, suppressors, rails, stocks and other accessories. Some firearm engravings such as serial numbers and class 3 / type 2 markings require certain depths to be reached. Accubeam has the laser technology to reach and verify any and all depth requirements prescribed by the ATF. See our gun engraving pictures for examples of recent work.

Our Gun Engraving Services Include:

  • Radial & Directional Marks
  • Informational Marks
  • Trust or Ownership Information on NFA Class 3 SBRs, SBSs and Other Modified Weapons
  • 2nd Amendment Engraving
  • Logos, Graphics & QR Codes
  • Custom Multi-tone graphics

Gun Manufacturers Accubeam Frequently Engraves:

Some will tell you it doesn’t matter, but it does for numerous reasons. Laser engraving a firearm does alter it, especially when adding trust information, serial numbers or manufacturing information. Having an FFL /w SOT signifies you have applied for and received a registration from the ATF as a business that operates legally in the firearm industry.
Don’t just ask how long someone has been in business. Trophy shops have been around longer than most of us have been alive, but that doesn’t qualify one to legally and properly handle a firearm and modify it. Some shops will buy a laser for their own internal products and try to sell the excess capacity as engraving services. Don’t be a shop’s guinea pig for a new adventure. Stick with proven track records.
Every gun is different, using varying types of materials and having varying types of finishes. Material type will drive the type of laser to use and finish determines the best parameters to use. Only an experienced Laser Engraver knows how to work with all types.
The turnaround time really depends on the number and types of jobs waiting to be run. We generally quote 3-5 days to be safe but it can be much faster. A more accurate time frame can be given when the gun arrives in the shop. We do expedite orders and will allow customers to wait for an additional charge. Expediting and same day requires us to either stop or delay the start of other customers’ jobs. We do get asked by customers if they can see the lasers or watch their firearm being engraved. Unfortunately we can’t allow customers in the work area for numerous safety reasons while the machines are running.

There should not be any question about the ability to reach the required depth.  Deep engraving requires not only the right equipment but also the skill to execute without damaging the firearm.