A little scrollwork

SamW

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Thanks for the info Brian. I was wondering how you supported the base metal, especially with punch dot work which seems to me an easy way to dent thin base metal. I especially like that background. First time I have seen it done so nicely and with such small dots. Beautiful!
 

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Good to support Brownells, I have purchased it there in the past, or their is amazon they have vendors that sell it in various temps and alloys
 

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I recommend Brownells as a good source for gunsmithing, engraving tools and accessories. They are a major supporter and contributor to FEGA and are the original publisher of "The Art of Engraving" by James B. Meek.
 

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I've dealing with Brownell's for over 48 years Bob Brownell got James Meek to write The Art of Engraving I got to thank him on the phone while placing an order. J.J.
 

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I just ordered mine from a guy named Joey Bag a donuts in Jersey, Is this stuff supposed to glow? Just kidding, I get my 3 1/2 X 7 inch metal plates to practice on from Brownells, I cut them down to smaller sizes with a shear I bought ( Its manual but works great on the steel plates up to 1/8 th of an inch thick,)
 
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