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A question for the professionals in the crowd. What separates work bearing your mark, from other work?

I presume it is a given that the quality you put in to anything you do, even if its something realtively simple like installing new sights, is the same. By the same token, doing something that simple hardly warrants putting your mark on the gun. In fact doing so looks bad from two persectives: (1) people think you are "claiming" work you didn't do (here's your Swenson back, the new recoil spring is in place just like you asked - hope you don't mind that I carved my initials in the slide), or (2) people see the mark, and blame you for work you didn't do (Heinie sights on a Norinco don't make a Heinie gun).

So where does the smith draw that line?
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