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  • wsmith0896
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    Excellent job. This pattern is on my to do list also.

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  • JohnB
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    G'day Steve and Al,
    Excellent rifles fellas.
    I'd love to cut one and just may if I can convince the War Office that it is not just a dust collector.

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  • Sally
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    Very realistic. Nice job Stephen and Al B.

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  • determined
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    What is the length? Have you expanded it from the pattern on Steve's site?

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  • ncsealeveler
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    Looks great,like the detail.
    Tony

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  • Wood Dog
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    You did one hellova sweeeet job on that project Stephen.......looks great.

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  • Hawaiilad
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    Both guns look so real...nice work

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  • Spirithorse
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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing and God Bless! Spirithorse

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  • baggetta
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    Nice job on the Winchester. I also tried a version of this this past week and posted it yesterday, but seems to have gotten lost. I like the black ink on the barrels. Gives it a realistic look.
    Best
    Al B

    Puzzle Patterns
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  • ubgoofy2003
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    Nice job Stephan. I was thinking about doing that one too. I'm just busy working on several others right now. You did really well on the colors. It really looks sharp. A great pattern of Steve's too.

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  • wood-n-things
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    Impressive. Thanks for sharing.

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  • stephenD
    started a topic Steve Good's Winchester 1873

    Steve Good's Winchester 1873

    When I received this pattern from Steve Good I knew I had to cut it next.
    The pattern called for using 3 1/4" pieces for the stock but after cutting the center one I thought it would be too thick. I used 1/8" for the outside pieces and it came out ok.
    The light colored plate where the bullets are put in was to be 1/8" but I cut them from the 1/8" and used the belt sander to grind off two layers of the three ply.

    Steve makes some really great patterns and this is going to be my fav for a while.

    I painted on black stamp pad ink for the metal parts, the stock is black walnut stain and the plate is from the watco exterior oil that I soaked it in.

    I stack cut these so there will be more coming soon.
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