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Ronald Scott wrote on jennyfurwhen's profile.
I have not received a PM about the vise. You can email me. ronscottflintlocks@gmail.com
rmgreen wrote on jlutz's profile.
If this is still available I would like to buy it. Please send me your PayPal account address and I will send you the funds.
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tolesh wrote on dbeck's profile.
do you have a am scope without a stand? it should come with its own stand. i have one stand and all $50
SantiagoDeLaGarza wrote on SamW's profile.
hey Sam! I was wondering if you could help clarify on the raised inlay comment you had on one of these posts saying you form and shape the metal in steel before applying the gold so the gold is at a uniform hight and none of the steel sticks through. your saying you sculpt the animal in steel first so the gold takes on the shape of the sculpted steel below, and then sticks to the teeth? thank you very much
tdelewis wrote on Robbi.NK's profile.
yes that is it
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