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ltdann

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I find wire inlay fairly easy to do. It's not hard, just tedious. I did a TOW jaeger rifle a few years ago that was REALLY loaded with silver. As I've said, my carving looks like a rabid beaver's been after it so I go to inlay instead. As a great philosopher once said "a mans got to know his limitations" 😂
 

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Copehill,
I built all of those guns, most of which, were for clients. That left hand Lehigh was built for a young police officer here in Mesa, AZ.
 
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Copehill,
I built all of those guns, most of which, were for clients. That left hand Lehigh was built for a young police officer here in Mesa, AZ.
FlintandSteel, this was built for me by Graig Osbourne, another disciple of Allan Martin. I love the swept styling of the stock, and the simplicity. Are you still building guns? Thanks.
 

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Please tell us more about your Daily Driver, Please...
It's an unsigned 50 cal. Builder is much better than I could do, but a couple gaps in the inletting. It's a good shooter. It goes to the woods or range more than any other.
 

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I find wire inlay fairly easy to do. It's not hard, just tedious. I did a TOW jaeger rifle a few years ago that was REALLY loaded with silver. As I've said, my carving looks like a rabid beaver's been after it so I go to inlay instead. As a great philosopher once said "a mans got to know his limitations" 😂
Do you know where I can see how to do it?
 
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