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Old 10-26-2012, 12:54 PM   #21
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Absolutely amazing work. Just wow.

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

I still like the scabbard idea, though. I'm sure somebody out there would bid up a decked out scabbard. Something worthy of housing a vintage 1873 perhaps?

I'm picturing the mountain scene, silver buckles, & fur lining!! Yeah .... Badger fur!!

50/50 proceeds split with a $200 cap on my cut? Bidding starts at $200? We could even run the auction up front so the winner could be a part of the design process and get some personal touches added in as well.

WWP would be a great cause for the proceeds!
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Well then one of you lazy bastards needs to learn how to engrave. ;-)
I'd love to, but have zero artistic abilities and engraving tools cost money I don't have

Besides, if I had the ability, I'd probably take up tattooing instead.
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Well then one of you lazy bastards needs to learn how to engrave. ;-)
I volunteer you. Come back in about 15-20 years and show us what you can do.
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I volunteer you. Come back in about 15-20 years and show us what you can do.
I'm gonna do it!
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Go for it! Never too late to learn a new skill.

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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 ... awed ... just speechless


magnificent work Phil
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