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Old 06-17-2009, 10:08 PM   #1
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I do custom carving on guns.Here is a sample of my work. If you like what you see visit my website. michaelrussellwoodcarver.com


Thanks, Michael

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Old 11-10-2009, 03:19 AM   #2
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Interesting, and a nice touch to compliment plain jane walnut.

I couldn'tt see much use of it on a $700+ piece of wood though.

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that is outstanding work. I really like the turkey in the woods.

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Those look damn good pal.

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I do custom pyrography, your work looks to much much more of an impression
Nice job!

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Nice! Is there much of a market for engraving? I'm curious, it seems like it was more popular back in the days prior to 1960? I'm jealous of your talent and thanks for the pictures. Ken

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Great work. It must be rewarding for you to see your work when it is done, I do woodworking but have no artistic talent, I am jealous.'
Thanks for sharing it with us.

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Very nice work!

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Do a little carving also but you are right ...it was more common back it the 60's and 70's. Stay with it though, there are those that want that personal touch.
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Exceptional work!

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