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We have just cut some huge logs on our sawmill this past week, and have slabs ready to ship. Eight to ten feet in height and up to four feet wide, and just over 3 inches thick. Perfect for large tables, furniture, or woodworking projects!

 

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Pretty wood, what about the workshop?
 

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Gorgeous!
 

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Thanks…although we can't take credit for beautiful wood, it just is what it is! I will try and get a few photos posted of our shop soon. We make all of our semi-inletted stocks on our pantograph (duplicator). It inlets to about 90%, and then the gunsmith or gun owner does the final finishing. Our sawmill can fit a log 54inches (about 4 1/2 feet) wide through, and about 12 feet long. We typically cut our slabs 12-14/4 or 3 1/2in. thick. Most of our wood is salvaged from hazard residential trees.
 

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welcome to LJ's. I'd like a little info on your build process to. I've built a few by hand in my younger days, and am always interested in how these things are built.

That is some beautiful wood. Eventually I'll ask about the sawmill to. I love this stuff.
 
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