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rtjw

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This is this first pen with the pin chuck I made up. Still needs a little tweaking but think I can have that done easily.

Jr. Gent in Wineberry acrylic from RTJW


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JimGo

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Pretty cool Johnny! Now you guys are raising the bar again, darn it! Guess I'll have to go make a pin chuck now...thanks a lot!
 

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Johnny.....Nice job on your first attempt. Closed ends work so nicely on a Jr. Gent or Baron. Is that home brew PR, Wineberry? I like it but it looks a bit translucent. Thanks for sharing it with us.
 

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Coach, dont be jealous, I am sure you will be able to do the same soon.[;)]

John, No translusence. It is a homebrew.

Pastor, the color is better in person. It seems more red in the pic but is really more wine in person.
 

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Johnny,

Looks great. I am still working on craking out those pin chucks for the baron. Should have them done soon. Just trying to find a way to make up the bushings without spending my whole life at the lathe.

Thanks for sharing

Fangar
 
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