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Moderators I am carving a rifle stock when done can I post pictures?

Discussion in 'Announcements & Open Forum' started by Onelasttime, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. Onelasttime

    Onelasttime Well-Known Member

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    In the current politically correct arena I wanted to get permission well in advance. It is for a hunting rifle I am building. I completely understand if this is not allowed. I understand the world we live in today is not what it was 20, 30, 40 years ago.



    No hard felling no matter what the ruling is I will respect it.


    Thanks for your time
     

  2. Captain Kilowatt

    Captain Kilowatt Professional Amateur
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    No problem. We have had members post pix of their latest purchases. We just draw the line at selling guns on the swap shop that's all.
     
  3. Onelasttime

    Onelasttime Well-Known Member

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    Ok, Thanks! Ya I am actually carving 3 even though I only need two. I got great deals on really nice wood with just a few flaws. So wood that would have cost me $200 to $400 I got for $69-$100. Hard to say no when you get a deal like that.

    I am not a wood worker so I work slowly becasue it is so easy to take off too much and then you can not put it back! So I use the chisels sparingly and do most of my work with sand paper.

    I can do a good job but it is hard for me and I have to go slowly. I would like to learn to checker but I just do not have the time to put into that skill set. Maybe when my twins are out of high school I can find the time.
     

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