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  1. Stone Inlaid .22 Stock

    I share a shop with a gunsmith - so I guess it was only a matter of time before someone asked for stone inlay in a gun! This .22 came in only partly functional and with a stock that appeared to have been "modified" at some point by someone with more energy than skill. Since it was going to be a...
  2. Barnwood Gun Cabinet

    A gift I made for my father. It sits in a very narrow room so it's tough to get a good picture, but I was happy with it. Love working with old barnwood and other types of re-claimed/recycled woods.
  3. French 4lb Canon Restoration

    The first resident cannon the Monmouth Battlefield State Park Museum, this reproduction French four-pounder was donated through the Friends of Monmouth in dire need of attention. Artisans Artisans replaced the rotted cannon trails and reinforced the axle. The wheels and hubs remained intact and...
  4. Commemorative Rifle Display Case

    This project was commissioned by a gentleman whose son was killed in Afghanistan. The son had been collecting military rifles and needed a M1 Garand to finish the collection. The father completed the collection and will display it in this case. Our sincerest condolences on the loss of this...
  5. Gun Vise

    I had a request to post this gun vise. This was a self thought design, so no plans. If the pictures are not self explanatory, feel free to ask any questions. I built this about 20 years ago. I've built several others like it, some completely reverse for my left handed son and if you wanted it...
  6. Rifle case

    My step-father got a new rifle. He was keeping it in the cardboard shipping box. So, of course, I had to make him something better. He picked out the hardware and the felt for the lining. (Yes, the felt is supposed to look almost faded in spots.) Used baltic birch ply for the panels. Had...
  7. Gun Stock Carving: Walnut Stock Carved with a Wildlife Scene, Flying Ring Necked Pheasant & Oak Leaf

    This was a commissioned project. This gun was the third and final part of a set of guns I did for a family in Wichita, Kansas. You can see the Quail Carving by clicking here You can see the Tom Turkey Carving by clicking here If you have a gunstock that you would like to have...
  8. Han Solo Blaster

    My girlfriend went as Han Solo for Halloween this year so naturally I had to make her the blaster. I started by finding a design I liked online and imported the image into SolidWorks. I scaled it to a size I thought appropriate and from there created all the separate parts and made the assembly...
  9. Tactical Hide a Hand Gun Locking Tissue Box

    My last hide a gun tissue box didn't have a way to lock it so I came up with this idea to make it so it's a bit tricky to take the top of the box off. It requires a side push movement to unhook the box off the base. I'm not sure you could say this is child safe but it's sure dose make it so it...
  10. Nether Edge Farmers Market Summer 2011

    Just an update on how the stall looked this weekend. . . . in situ! Was a great day for sales and a few ostrich burgers to boot! Thanks to all for their fab feedback on the stall & products :) More images on my Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pangadesign and remember to LIKE the...
  11. Ranch Rustic Antique Shotgun Wall Rack Display Osage Orange Fence Post Bull Hide Kansas Flint Hills

    Wall Mounted Display Rack for an Antique Double Barreled 12 Gauge Shotgun, using antique Osage Orange Fence Posts from a Chase County Kansas Flint Hills Tall Grass Prairie Cattle Ranch. ------------------- Project Story This project was a commission to build a wall display rack for an antique...
  12. Gun cart/seat

    This was my first major project. I built it back in 1998 in a garage stall in an aparment complex with a router & straightedge, a jigsaw, a drill and one chisel (not even a workbench - I used the floor. I don't think my knees could handle that again). It's made from 1/2" and 3/4" cheap big box...
  13. Figured Cherry Gun Display Case

    Had some nice figured cherry I've been sitting on for awhile just waiting for the perfect project. My wife has had this beautiful engraved 1851 Navy hidden away in a case. Better to put it on display, I think. I made this for her for Christmas. The "glass" is lexan. I have real glass and cut it...
  14. Kimber 1911 Display Box

    My life long friend and colleague retired after 32 years of service with the Fire Department. Instead of a gold watch, we all pitched in and bought him a Kimber Custom 1911 45 cal handgun. He is a gun collector and has always like the quality of the Kimber. I was tasked with creating a display...
  15. Folding Gun Rack

    A friend asked if I could build a gun rack that would fit behind the seat of a standard pick-up, and still be stable. This is the design I came up with. The gun rack folds up to a size that is 32"X20"X4", but is very stable when opened and locked. The wood is the Douglas Fir that was mentioned...
  16. Another Mixed Hardwood End Grain Board

    Hot off the press today with another 3 near complete (pics to follow). Really pleased with this one as the end grain showed some gorgeous colouring and detail. Oak, Ash, Padauk, Sapele, Maple and Beech. Rounded finger holds added using a 1/4" bull nosed router bit. Dimensions - 450mm x 320mm x...
  17. Abrosia Maple Bookmatched 1911 Grips

    Nothing Fancy. Just killing time while the glue set on a couple of projects.
  18. Osage Orange one piece pistol grip (Ruger GP-100)

    Recently used some of the Osage Orange wood I've been playing with and made a new grip for my Ruger GP-100 357. It's a one piece grip when finished that slides over the handle frame of the revolver. All the inside milling was done on the drill press with router bits. The outside shaping and...
  19. Pistol Grips

    Well I never thought I'd be working with a handgun! A friend of mine purchased this gun about a year ago now but was not happy with the factory composite grips. These are made from what I'm 90% sure is Brazilian Rosewood. I used the previous handles as templates and rough cut them on the...
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