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    Good firewood.

    I think this will make some great firewood.

    Stock for a Mc Cririck & Sons 16 bore back action hammergun I just finished shaping up. Gun is of Scottish make and rivals best gun quality from London. Now to get started on applying finish.
    #turkishwalnut

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    I hope the walnuts taste better than the wood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Little View Post
    I hope the walnuts taste better than the wood!
    You would have to ask a beaver for an expert opinion.
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    That is going to make somebody very very happy.
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    Running 87 actually had a good post, yall could learn something from it!!!
    That's freaking clever.
    Guys pretty smart

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    I'd come down there and kick you in the nuts for throwing that on a fire. LoL

    Wood make some gorgeous knife handle scales.

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    That's going to be one confused gun...Turkish walnut, English stock and Scottish gun. May have identity issues.

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    If you close one eye and squint with the other while looking at the stock, you can make out the image of Meghan Markle in the nude. Put it on Ebay and demand payment in Bitecoin.
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    She’s a beaut Clark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Arkie View Post
    Wood make some gorgeous knife handle scales.
    I'm still waiting for ya'll to market the FF edition custom knife. Arkie does the blade and sheath with a turkish walnut grip checkered by Aaron.

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    Straight as a boat paddle she is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Little View Post
    I think this will make some great firewood.

    Stock for a Mc Cririck & Sons 16 bore back action hammergun I just finished shaping up. Gun is of Scottish make and rivals best gun quality from London. Now to get started on applying finish.
    #turkishwalnut
    Wheres the felt covers for the jaw plates? Why doesn't a smithy like you have a dedicated facevice on a wooden bench? Oh and while you are comparing the finer styles of hammer guns, please remove the electrical cord from the next picture. It is a distraction for those accustomed to traditional wood working craftsman.
    Thank you. That is all.

    Actually I am looking forward to seeing your finished work. I am sure it will be beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Arkie View Post
    I'd come down there and kick you in the nuts for throwing that on a fire. LoL

    Wood make some gorgeous knife handle scales.
    Aaron I’m sure you have some cut outs from that blank that would work for him, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadly Dave View Post
    Wheres the felt covers for the jaw plates? Why doesn't a smithy like you have a dedicated facevice on a wooden bench? Oh and while you are comparing the finer styles of hammer guns, please remove the electrical cord from the next picture. It is a distraction for those accustomed to traditional wood working craftsman.
    Thank you. That is all.

    Actually I am looking forward to seeing your finished work. I am sure it will be beautiful
    You shut your face.
    Last edited by Aaron Little; 05-16-2018 at 03:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearintex View Post
    Aaron I’m sure you have some cut outs from that blank that would work for him, no?
    I’ve got one or two pieces of cutoffs around here...

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