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    Some early work.

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    Delightful as always Phil!
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    Fabulous, Phil! Can you estimate the year?

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    You made my day again.

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    I think the pair were done around 1999-2001, here's the other gun....notice the difference, apart from the scenes?

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    So, is that a right hander and a left hander?
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    Just to change things around a bit, I have opposite designs on each gun.

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    second gun you used alot more beads in the tendrils than the first gun-Fred
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    had to go back and forth a few times but finally noticed the scrolls were reversed.

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    Beautiful!!!

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