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    Burcak Erbil is offline VSalonistas
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    Default My Little Shooter!

    While I found the place, let my first thread be something special; Iíve made this beauty probably some 8-10 years ago.
    The shape and mechanism is my design. Especially the lock style is quite unique. Itís unique cause the drawback is obvious; thereís no place for sights with that
    It uses modern primers for convenience. If it was now, I would have tossed the philips head screws, hex nuts and use more genuine looking materials and add in a bit of engraving may be.
    Anyhow, Iíve also made some other fantasy stuff (Swords and armor) But this is my absolute favorite!

    And yes it works! and works well.. As long as you donít bother to aim


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    Default Re: My Little Shooter!

    Very nice! Got a link to your gallery of swords?

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    Default Re: My Little Shooter!

    Wow, that's nice. I'm always impressed with all you folks who have the ability to craft things by hand.

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    Default Re: My Little Shooter!

    You've set the bar awfully high for subsequent posts.

    Beautiful. Great to see craft in both wood and metal. Thanks very much for sharing!

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    Default Re: My Little Shooter!

    Quote Originally Posted by David Tollefson View Post
    Very nice! Got a link to your gallery of swords?
    Thanks! I've got one fairly nice sword worth showing, and some chainmails, not much actually. But their photos are all on paper unfortunately (as it was in the old days) This could be a reason to scan them maybe? If I can ever find them out..

    Quote Originally Posted by Noteddy View Post
    You've set the bar awfully high for subsequent posts.
    Oh, I did not think that way That was nice!

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