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    Quote Originally Posted by jdowney View Post
    Buried somewhere in the cetme picture thread:

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    Amazing! really is some nice work, thanks for the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckshot View Post
    Some cool pictures being posted, enjoyed seeing them all!! One more from me---
    Great picture of some great weapons. Thanks
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    I have a real thing for shields
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    Quote Originally Posted by indy1919a4 View Post
    I have a real thing for shields
    WOW! You don't see them with the shield very often. Nice.


    I am really enjoying these pictures...............Great Idea.................

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    Quote Originally Posted by indy1919a4 View Post
    wow... even more impressive... So now I am just asking to get an understanding of what all this cost you... How long did you spend on making those???
    That stock took a while because it was one of the first I tried, and I wasn't keeping track of time, at a guess 20 hours with finishing. I've refinished it since that pic using a polishing technique that provides a very smooth finish while filling the pores in the wood.

    The handguard was remarkably fast, once I figured out how to do it... slots were cut on a milling machine in a square blank (barrel channel cut first), then cut the bits that go in the metal caps and finally sliced off the "facets" on a table saw, just kind of eyeballing the angles. Maybe 8 hours total.

    That grip was probably the 4th one I ever made, so it too took a while. I think grips probably took me around 4 hours back when I made that one (they are A LOT faster now )

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    Another old one.... I've added another since this pic.

    dscn1748.jpg

    K31's are my all time favorite shooting rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdowney View Post
    Another old one.... I've added another since this pic.

    dscn1748.jpg

    K31's are my all time favorite shooting rifle.
    Nice K31's !
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    Quote Originally Posted by indy1919a4 View Post
    I have a real thing for shields
    The shield is a very nice touch for that set up. What I like the most about the way you have that one set up is the crank fire.
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    the shield is a really nice piece on that 1919!

    between that & the crank ... no one is gonna take over your living room.
    say what you mean & mean what you say!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdowney View Post
    That stock took a while because it was one of the first I tried, and I wasn't keeping track of time, at a guess 20 hours with finishing. I've refinished it since that pic using a polishing technique that provides a very smooth finish while filling the pores in the wood.

    The handguard was remarkably fast, once I figured out how to do it... slots were cut on a milling machine in a square blank (barrel channel cut first), then cut the bits that go in the metal caps and finally sliced off the "facets" on a table saw, just kind of eyeballing the angles. Maybe 8 hours total.

    That grip was probably the 4th one I ever made, so it too took a while. I think grips probably took me around 4 hours back when I made that one (they are A LOT faster now )
    Wow.. that is a good chunk of time.. But Sir may I add.. very worth it.. Many thanks for the details

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