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Old 01-11-2018, 06:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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after I got in from work decided to turn a couple of Pens, the gear shift for my Grandson and the bolt action for my Son, really enjoyed the quite time in the shop like I call it Home Alone, I have a lot to learn this is a lot different that metal work on the lathe, it more fun and a heck of a lot faster, let's all have a blessed week.
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Well done, like the finish and camo pen.
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Nice job. I like the kit choices. Bolt & Gear are great pens...looking good with those blanks. And to Home Alone...It never gets lonely at the lathe.
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thanks guys and you right when one stands in front of the lathe the mind forgets they days work and all things around, I have a lot of fun on the metal lathes but this pen turning it a quicker reward for the time.
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Nice Pens Joe,
Excellent Blanks Well Turned, Fitted and Finished.
Good Choice of Hardware.
Congratulations,
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