Monday, November 27, 2017

Holland Daze

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DougM said...

Thanks for that, Rodge.
Reminds me of my 2-yr gunsmithing course (now qualified to be an apprentice).
My admiration for those real pros is unbounded.
Makes me want to finish rebuilding that Fox Sterlingworth gathering dust in the shop and to checker the stock I made for my Parker. If I can build-up my courage, may even engrave my initials on the name plate.
Won't look like the video to the aficionado, though.
I will, however, align the screw head slots properly.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Well Boug, you've gone and done what I said I was going to do.

Eskyman said...

What wonderful craftsmanship!

Sigh. That's why I don't have a Holland and Holland, though. One of them can cost up to $300,000, and it's good value for the money!

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