Hi everyone! Giggles here... More on that in my recent intro thread. http://www.thefirearmsforum.com/threads/intro-from-a-shall-issue-state.166640/ So, I need some assistance and was told this might be the place to get some good advice. I bought my guy a Glock for Christmas. (Coolest woman ever right?) ::Laughs:: I need some help on the delivery because I feel kind of weird only giving him one gift for the holiday. I kind of want to make this unique for him. Because love, that's why. My guy is a current sworn LEO in Virginia. He has about 25-30 years of experience in Law Enforcement, Private Contract Security (Former BW/DS), and is actually a Master Glock Firearms Armorer (as well as other brands), and Master Firearms instructor to boot. To say he's an enthusiast is an understatement. So what do you get a guy that makes everything himself, and has the best equipment on the market? Something he doesn't have yet. The newest release from Glock, the G43. It's a great backup weapon for CCW. He carries a .380 now as his backup, but it's much wider than the single stack slim frame of the G43. I have a couple of dilemmas at the moment. 1. I want to make this personal for him. So I'm thinking of paying an engraver who has a laser system local to me to engrave a Shield and another emblem from past performance into the slide. Small of course, and inconspicuous. Like the attached, but blacked out and cut deeper. I don't know if this is a good idea. 2. I'd like to make him work for it a bit when it comes to opening the gift on Christmas morning. (insert devil smile) I was thinking along the lines of field stripping the firearm and wrapping each part individually, leaving the slide for last. Is this ridiculous and/or sadistic? Other thoughts: Looking at custom leather holster for this. Need suggestions, preferably under 100 if possible. I bought him his desired "Meprolight Tru-Dot" sights already for a decent price and those will be here in a couple of days. I was thinking of adding the +2 mag extender also. Help? Any other suggestions are welcome! Happy holidays!