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  1. Goosebuster

    Inlay on a Kershaw Leek

    Very nice job and not just the cat. I really admire bulino but at 81 years the eyes are causing me to do less. The scroll work is still happening on regular basis.
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    Its been awhile

    Thanks J.J. Never noticed until your reply, but I think you are right on. I will take that advice as I to think it would look better .
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    Its been awhile

    Thanks for the input guys, I still have a lot to learn, it looks as tho I have finally solved the photo problem with better lighting. Keep the critiques coming, I will attach more photos A.S.A.P. ............Larry
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    Its been awhile

    A few years back I sent in a photo that was not clear enuff for a critique. I am self taught, with help from books and the internet, but been at it for some time. I'm on the West coast in Canada and do not travel much, so there is not much, to no contact with other firearms engravers. If my...
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    GRS Satellite Turntable Package

    When I saw this post I went "WOW', this is very similar to the one I built about three years ago so that I would have a portable unit. The base unit is quite a heavy, ( aprox. 50 lb.) folding tripod stand from some other ??? machine. The upper portion is another snug fitting pipe that can be...
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    One home built Walker Prop

    The majority of this piece was built by a friend, from scratch many years ago. He had left it in a bucket in the basement of his shop where it rusted away for a few years as he was very ill. he was a very gifted gold smith. When he passed away his wife asked if I could dispose of them as there...
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    Not very computer literate

    Sam I think you have solved my problem with this method as I have been trying to take it down to flush after setting the wire. Thanks again and Take Care...........Larry (Goosebuster)
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    Not very computer literate

    Don't know what i'm doing wrong when trying this method as I end up with fine steel lines separating the silver inlays. Have not figured out to alleviate this problem. Thanks again for you input.
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    Not very computer literate

    Thanks Sam, I have some 99.9% silver left to work with and as soon as I am able to afford more 24 K gold, I will again give it a try.
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    One home built Walker Prop

    Trying another rather poor photo from my file.
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    One home built Walker Prop

    I'm Learning, slowly to use this site. and with my new camera hope to be able to get some better pictures in future.
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    Not very computer literate

    Thanks for the input, the only thing that I have missed previously has been the 3 directions and maybe work hardening the 24 K gold and pure silver. I will definitely give you suggestions a try. Doing single line inlays is going well. you can see some in my 2nd post , I have tried both...
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    One home built Walker Prop

    This is a non functioning Movie Prop gun that was built by a friend and myself. I engraved this gun for show and tell. My photos are not the greatest but any remarks as to the engaving would be great.
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    Not very computer literate

    I'm a 78 Year old self taught engraver from B.C. Canada. Having some difficulty getting inlays and or overlays to stay in place, any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

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