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    about 3 years ago - steve good had a bulldog ( marines mascot) and USMC lettering!! where can i get that pattern AGAIN!!

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    Here is Steve's site - Scrollsaw Workshop
    Douglas Fraser
    Eagle River, Alaska

    My Gallery - Aurora Wood Crafts


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      I think I seen that Steve said that the USMC and it's symbols are copywrited an he have to remove it. I could be wrong, was once.


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        Just google Marine clip art and you will probably find one that will work. Print it and put your bridges by hand.
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