Juliet,If are interested in a engraving class I teach engraving in Manassas Virginia and have a Lindsay engraving tool and sharping system,I can be reached at 703-330-0448 or firstname.lastname@example.org. J.J.Roberts
Bailey Bradshaw here. I was hoping you could help with a contact for Mr. Hurst's estate. He was engraving an action for a rifle I built, but passed away before completing it. I am trying to have the action returned so I can finish the rifle for my customer. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
It was bought in the fall of 2017 by the guy I bought it from, ,Yesterday I replaced the O ring in the tip so it can be used quick change by just inserting a Graver with out loosening any of the set screws if you want to, I also installed 3 new set screws for the gravers in case you'd want to use them to hold in the graver more secure for any reason . Just like a new one.
David & Kathy Bain were involve in his life as David was a student and hosted a number of EngraveIns ay their house. The last number for David that I have is. 252-399-1368
Mr. Adams, your name was mentioned in a thread on this forum about engraving dies. Forgive me if I have contacted you in error. My interest is in how one goes about making deep straight sided, flat bottomed cells for inlay, champlevé enameling and niello work. It would appear that engraving for dies has similar characteristics. If you are willing, I would be grateful for any advice.