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    Kinda got a touch of cabin fever this morning and burned most of it off trying to get my shop to a point where I can get back to work. So, after a frenzy of work, I had to stop and remind myself just why I have brought this on myself. The answer was there all the time, because I love these guns and love equally, making them. This was one of my earlier creations and may not be too historically accurate in design but it was something I enjoyed making, without reference to anything thing in particular.
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    As always, beautiful work.

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    Amazing!

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    You made that,all I can say is wow!

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    Pretty enough to hang in a museum.

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    Fine looking rifle! What caliber is it?

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    Thanks fellows, it's a .62 caliber. My old shop didn't afford any real place to look up and relax my eyes in the distance, so these pictures of what I see now when I look up from my work show what a big factor it was to make the move.
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    whats the pri e tag on this i take it it was one of the ones thats on the list. this thing is a piece of art
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    Amazing craftsmanship!
    Heh!!

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    Nice rifle. I have always loved(and lusted for) Jaegars. Your engraving and wood carving skills are impressive. I know a few guys who build muzzleloaders, none of them come close to your engraving and carving.

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    My God. Art. So beautiful.

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    That is lovely!
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    That is a thing of beauty sir! You have the golden touch.

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    I know how long and how much effort it took me to build one very plain gun. That is incredible and very time consuming craftsmanship.

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