Homer Dangler

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F.G. Ford

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A very fine gentleman. I enjoyed many talks with him.
He gladly shared his knowledge and experiences.
There is an empty chair in the hall of kindness with his absence.
 

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I've used more that a few of his products. I especially liked his metal browning solutions.

May he rest in peace.
 

smo

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I met Mr. Dangler once at the CLA Show in Lexington Ky.

He was a Man with amazing talents and will be missed...

Here’s a few examples of his work...

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RIP Homer
 

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I met Homer in the mid-80s, I was stationed at Fort Knox and would go to Friendship where I met him. He and his wife were two of the most gracious people I ever met. We had some long conversations and they were always patient and helpful. I had also corresponded with him a couple of years ago. He didn't remember me but was still very nice. A fine man who will surely be missed. I did his DVD on building rifles though I have not put it to use.
Very sad news, RIP Homer my friend..
 

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