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I know this is an old thread, but WOW ! Your work is nothing short of amazing !
 

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AMAZING.... Looks like a Winchester model 12 that got left too long in the dryer, and shrunk. That took real skill. Looks great
 

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all i can say is wow just wow ... great job on BOTH ... may I ask what you did for a living?
 

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Believe it or not, both wife and I are still working! First career for me (after the Army) was in the car business, wife was a commercial artist. We started second careers with the Feds and decided to keep working as we both enjoy our jobs. Little projects are spare time hobbies and of course the wife is really skilled so I have to work pretty diligently to pass muster. She's got the talent and imagination, I supply the muscle and grunt work. 😝
 

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WoW!! What a piece of art!! Great job!!
 

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You two make quite a pair. Those projects are really neat!
 

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Those are fantastic !Wish I had skills like your to make things like that :)
 

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Nice. It must have been a chore engraving the little serial number on it and filling out the teeny form 4473.
 

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Wow, amazing skillz! I live just outside Dover, OH and there's a museum there you would LOVE!!! All this stuff was done by a local guy with a second grade education. The Lincoln burial train was my fav.
 

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Talent, imagination, skill, Beauty. Both of those are truly remarkable, and I appreciate them being put up here so I could enjoy seeing them. Thank you very much.
 
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