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    Hello, I was wanting to make a box for a good friend who has done a lot for me lately. He was wanting a box for his reproduction of a 1864 Colt Navy revolver.

    He was wanting the rough rider's emblem on the box, but I am really bad at making decent patterns. Could some one help me with this? We were wanting the pattern to be decently detailed, but also clean at the same time, if that makes any sence.

    Thanks in advance.



    Aaron

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    Aaron, Wecome back!!
    Here is a pattern of the flag. It isn't quite correct but close. Hope you can use it. If you cut it, I would really like to see it.
    Don R
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      Thanks, I'm glad to be back.

      Wow, it turned out great. Thank you, my friend will love it. I'll be sure to post a pic of the box when it's done.
      Aaron

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