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  • Charlie_1
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    Excellent work Jerry

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  • Green Frog
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    eagle & nut cracker

    this isn t the first thing I have done but i think they are ok .Been sawing since 98 full time and have really done alot of things. some good some we just never talk about.I have even gotten in to cutting paper cut outs for scrape booking and a person makes xmas cards with the Christmas cut outs can cut 30 at a time ( see if i can find some pics of them .
    Hope you all like Jerry
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