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Old 10-25-2012, 01:18 AM   #11
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When was the last time Phil logged in? I haven't seen him at all since I've been on here. That would be a very cool project.

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When was the last time Phil logged in? I haven't seen him at all since I've been on here. That would be a very cool project.
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I would probably price the cost of engravings like Phil does in the thousands. Longballer, you can do this. You are already an amazing craftsman. Those engravings will probably take months to do, so you will only get better between now and then. I have no doubt that what you and Phil (if he chooses to be apart of this) create will be absolutely amazing.
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I would probably price the cost of engravings like Phil does in the thousands. Longballer, you can do this. You are already an amazing craftsman. Those engravings will probably take months to do, so you will only get better between now and then. I have no doubt that what you and Phil (if he chooses to be apart of this) create will be absolutely amazing.
Really? I thought he was pretty much inactive. This project has hope for it yet!!
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I want Phil Coggan...

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f54/some-recent-stuff-74705/

And Longballer...

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f12/longballer-delivers-dh-custom-tracker-74844/

To get together and collaborate on a rifle/scabbard or pistol/holster combo. I think the end result would be enough to make a grown man weep at not spending his life mastering an art as fine as these gentlemen have.

I think this combo could be auctioned off (at a profit to them, obviously) but with some of the proceeds going to a FTF charity.

Yes, I am being selfish here, I just want to see a work of art these two could put together...
take note muppets ... this is how FTF does it! Great idea Mosin, inspiring
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I have sent the first PM. Only time will tell.

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There will be an orgasm of awesomeness. I hope this comes together.

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I am always interested in new projects but alas, there are lots of guns booked in and these days, due to the nature of the engraving, they take months to do.

Here's some early work.

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Wow. Those are beautiful weapons.

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That's a shame, Phil. But I can understand your position.

It seemed to me like we may have been asking Rembrandt to come do fingerpainting with preschoolers.

Your work is truly phenomenal and worthy of any museum. I hope you take time to continue to share it with us here. It is a joy to see even in pictures.

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Well then one of you lazy bastards needs to learn how to engrave. ;-)

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