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  1. F-Class Benchrest Rifle Stock, Tiger Maple, cherry and walnut

    This is the first F-Class target stock I've carved. Last week I modified a benchrest stock into a specialized target stock for F-Class. It's benchrest, but the matches aren't shot from a bench. They shoot from 600 to 1000 yards from the prone position. Front rests and rear sandbags are...
  2. my first urn

    a very dear friend who lives down the street lost his life to cancer a month ago, his dear wife asked me to make her a urn, so i went about it, got my measurements and went to work, i made it out of cherry and some highly figured walnut…she and her family really liked it, they will plan when...
  3. Ambrosia maple, walnut and cherry varmint/target stock

    I carved this stock this morning. It's the third attempt to getting it carved… The problem was carving the outside of one design and then switching the patterns and carving the interior. Or inletting the stock. The original stock pattern was cut to fit a Remington 700 BDL with a varmint...
  4. LIDDED ROUND BOX/BOWL WILD CHERRY

    Nice lidded bowl/container turned from a piece of wild cherry. This bowl is one of the larger turnings I have done. I thought using Wild Cherry, the color of the bowl would have been a redder color. It is reflecitng alot of character especially the side shot showing a imdage of some thing...
  5. Tiger Maple and Cherry gunstock for a Savage 25-06 varmint rifle.

    This varmint stock fits a Savage 25-06 varmint rifle. It's made from tiger maple and wild cherry. It's been sanded to 180 grit at this point and there is no oil or finish applied. It's tough to get good photos of unfinished maple before dye or oil has been applied. After finishing this stock...
  6. Table

    Table legs are still working, slowly it ends The idea is to be a console type the reliance on surface
  7. tv tray for my sister inlaw

    well the story here is pretty simple, i just got done making 2 of these for me and my wife, well this last Tuesday my sister in law came for a week long visit, and she really liked the ones i had made, so i made one for her, her's is different in that her's has some really different woods, from...
  8. Wild Cherry Gun Rack

    Back in June I was down in Georgia at a family reunion, and my Dad's cousin gave me some wild cherry he had cut down several years ago. A lot of it was checked and split up, but I did find some pieces that were big and in good enough condition to make something out of. Knowing my Dad's cousin as...
  9. Some more pens for our Banquet. All California Wood

    I was making a few pens to be given as door prizes at the Mason Dixon Woodworkers Club Annual Banquet. I posted earlier the Desert Holly pen and in this post I've made. These were all made from California wood. Lower - Pistachio, Next - Carob, Next - Wild Cherry, Last - Claro Walnut. In the...
  10. walnut stool for my desk

    This is a stool i made for the walnut desk i won the contest with, as most of you know i have a lot of back problems and can't sit for any real length of time, but i wanted something i could sit on for the times i do want to sit, so staying within the walnut theme i made a small stool , its made...
  11. Black Walnut & Cherry laminated Remington 660 & 600 Magnum Stock

    This stock was carved from black walnut & cherry. To get the laminations laid out like the original, the center section was thickness sanded to 0.444 and the two cherry sections were sanded to 0.333. It's a lot easier to lay out a laminated stock, when you create an original stock. Making a...
  12. Ambrosia Maple, Walnut & Cherry benchrest rifle stock

    This stock is made from ambrosia maple, walnut and a center section of wild cherry. The finish is just a coat of tung oil and it's only been sanded to 120grit. Ambrosia maple is so hard that it takes a great finish. You can go to 600 grit for a mirror smooth finish. I love the natural desert...
  13. Stepped and tapered.

    Just a little knock up I made today to try out an idea.. I bought all that European wild cherry and some of the pieces were tapered so I glued up a few with a strip of PH in between. It was then cross cut and rolled.. same old same old. This is #1 of about 100 to 150 I need to make in the next...
  14. F-Class Benchrest Stock prototype

    This project may not look flinished to the average woodworker, but for my use it's finished and ready to use. I posted this project of a benchrest stock. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/28537 A customer wanted a stock that's very much like it, and also very different. He's building an F-Class...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hello fellow LJ's! I need your input, ideas, suggestions on how I would go about fixing this little debacle I'm in…I'm currently creating a Flip-top cart where the bottom cavity you see in the photo will be for a drawer. Well, when I clamped everything up, it was square, but when I came back...
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello everybody! You can check out my profile for some pictures of my shop but it's small and I bought most of the tools used. In the process of buying the planer I also bought a shaper as a set. That said I've been using it a bit but really feel it's overkill for me plus I really don't have...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I wasn't sure what section to put this in (Blogs, Review, or Forums), but hopefully this will hit a note on all three. My favorite section of Lumberjocks is the Reviews section. I have used several of our fellow jocks' analysis of their tools to help me decide on a purchase (or not). This is...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Shopping for magnifiers to help read grain, check chisel edges and scraper burrs, etc. What magnification is best? 2X, 3X, 10X? Loupe style, attached to a lamp, or with a handle?
  19. Blogs
    How to make a endgrain tumbling block butcher block board! Hi guys ,, I had a request to make a tutorial with regards the endgrain Tumbling Block Design. First off,.., You need to decide the size of the blocks…. for this example I used 1" stock… Or something similar.. actually just over ...
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