Recent content by Dave London

  1. Dave London

    Concave and bulino, bank note tools adapters

    Yep I agree:beerchug:
  2. Dave London

    Bulldozer

    Steve Lindsay site sells the templates
  3. Dave London

    Help, please: Grs 901 compressors

    MTC you do not want the compressor running all the time
  4. Dave London

    Ti practice material

    Don’t know never cut dog tags, did initial on a kershaw leek never again. I use a Lindsay 116 on TI works fine, some lube helps
  5. Dave London

    Concave and bulino, bank note tools adapters

    Yep I have them incoming
  6. Dave London

    New rifles for 2020

    No particular theme I am not a artist like you, one is done just normal scroll work going in Bastogne Walnut stock.cal 25/45 A blown out .223 to 25 cal.The other two black leaf 6mm arc, 204 Ruger I think. These day I just put chips on the floor or the deep dish pizza pan under my vice.Weaver...
  7. Dave London

    Help, please: even mat finish on silver and gold

    Grey scotch bright pads about 400/600 grit
  8. Dave London

    Concave and bulino, bank note tools adapters

    FYI Steve Lindsay has some new tools on his site for the above type work. I have NO connection to his company. YMMV Happy Fathers Day
  9. Dave London

    New rifles for 2020

    I scored three Yugoslavia. Mini Mauser actions, going in wood stocks
  10. Dave London

    Did this today.

    Mitch the PPK,s is PP frame on a PPK slide assembly. To meet stupid law on small pistols.
  11. Dave London

    New guy here.

    May I suggest don’t use the pins in the vise, hot glue on a piece of wood clamped in the jaws. Two reasons less vibration ( no good vibrations in engraving) and the edges of the piece won’t get damaged MTC. YMMV Nice job
  12. Dave London

    Critique Request Line practice with round and 120 degree gravers

    try a 90 and a longer heel for straight lines, dry small heel for curves MTC YMMV
  13. Dave London

    Using Dot Punches

    I don’t know about GRS punches, but Ngraver are made to be used with a hammer. I use jeweler beading tools usually Numbers 2,4,7,9 from Gesswein in a enset hand piece . YMMV. MTC
  14. Dave London

    Help, please: Coin carving question

    There is a tutorial on the Steve Lindsay site, done by Steve Ellsworth. Coin carving for fun and profit, I think is the thread title

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