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  1. Ram rifle stock

    I made this stock for a 7×57 Mauser to use to shoot hi-power silhouettes. That is why I carved a ram target on it. The stock is very similar to The Pig Gun .22 rim-fire stock. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/31591 It is walnut. The barreled action is long gone. It didn't work out very well...
  2. In Honor of Flag Day

    Here's a little project I built in tribute to the Red, White and Blue. God Bless the USA. And there's the source of my project … a pic I came upon …
  3. Desk

    This is my most recent project, just finished this past week, I've been working on it since January, mostly on weekends and the odd evening after work. This was made as a birthday gift for my older brother. Everything is made out of spruce 2×3's for home depot. For this project all tools were...
  4. my first wood shop

    my first wood shop was built on a treated lumber base (sitting on blocks). i guess in theory its movable. i have outgrown it and now use my garage (still unheated) to house my tools and equipment. since i started out with hand tools and a circular saw, this space initially fit my needs...
  5. Hand Tools
    Handle front and back The "frog" is cast with the body No adjustment lever The blade is stamped: Stanley Rule and Level Company
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I recently inherited a compressor from my father in law. The thing hasn't seen much use the last few years and my brother in law didn't even think it really worked. So tonight I got the thing out of my truck and plugged it in in the garage. Flipped the switch and low and behold it started right...
  7. Hand Tools
    I've always wanted the ultimate Stanley transitional, although I have a dozen or so of the lesser sizes, I really wanted an EPIC transitional. I bought this crusty example of a #132 at an antique shop. The sneaky trick about putting new wood under an old transitional is to think in terms of 4...
  8. Hand Tools
    This just arrived, and I'm just thrilled! A Stanley Liberty Bell #104, my first all-metal Liberty. I was intrigued by its snub-nose appearance, like as if somebody hacked off the ends, but no, this is what they're supposed to look like. This particular one is rumored to be a Type 1. It has...
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