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    Here's my latest efforts on a Winchester Model 21. I spent about 700 hours here....all sculpted into the steel, nothing was added on. Finished in antique nickel.
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    Ok, first off I rarely like oak leaf engraving because most of what I've seen looks fake and cartoony. But this is just fantastic, Weldon! It's beautifully done and leaves are very organic and natural looking. What wonderful design and execution. I absolutely love it!

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    Thanks kindly Sam!...not bad for a coat of stove paint huh??
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    Engraving just does not get any better than that!

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    i'm not a fan of oak leaves, but if you're gonna do 'em, that's the way they oughta be done! (and thank you for resisting the use of clichéd gold acorns...)
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    Very nice! ....and it only took 700 hours?
    Last edited by BrianPowley; 09-29-2011 at 04:06 PM.
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    Wow, I especially like the way you treated the top of the action and the lever. Beautiful.

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    Outstanding!!!
    Have a good one!

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    Very COOL!!! Is all of the shading in the leaves done strictly with Bulino?

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