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Scrollwork on a Glock 42

Here’s a glock 42 that I did a little bit of scrollwork on. I had my cerakoter lay down a base of silver, then black and go back and wipe away the black. 34 more words


Jeweled Mossberg Bolt

Today I jeweled a bolt for a friends Mossberg. I had to turn down a section of the bolt so that the jewel in doesn’t get scratched up as soon as he works the action. 18 more words


Custom Mossberg 22

I reworked an old Mossberg 22 for a friend with muscular dystrophy. He doesn’t have control over anything but the first joint in his fingers, so I set up this rifle with a push trigger. 68 more words


Skills of Crafting

With this post the Langobard RPG passes an important milestone, as the core skills have now been outlined. In draft, at least. I am quite certain that if I step back from them, then, in a month or so I should be able to muster an impartial view of them as a whole and be ready to revise them as required. 1,556 more words

Edictus Rothari

Another 1911 Engraving 

My first real attempt at British scrollwork. Also the first time I’ve ever blackened engraving. The customer did not want full coverage like I normally prefer to do.


More work on the 1903

More work on my 1903. Just some black cerakote and hand made cherry burl grips.


PFAL Finishing Cutter for Aluminum

Incredibly lightweight with aluminum body construction. Broad size lineup to accommodate various cutting environment, even small machining centers.

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