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Old 05-13-2018, 09:46 PM
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Default sure is slow around here...

I have been working on it though. Inlays take me a long time. I've got the star done and the patchbox is well underway. I've also been doodling on what to carve on the buttstock. I think this is pretty close to what I'm going to do. Someone suggested using a wood burner to lay down the initial design. So I taped a copy of my doodle onto a piece of scrap maple and burned through the paper onto the wood. Then took the paper off and burned it a bit more. Not sure if this will be the path I'll take on the gun with the woodburner. I may just redraw this in pencil.
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Old 05-16-2018, 06:12 AM
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thats going to be a beautiful rifle when you get done with it
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