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Browning Superposed 20 GA, 24 LPI


 
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Outstanding work on a Superposed! tu2
 
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Finished gun
 
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Gun porn writ large.

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Nothing short of SUPERB


Anyone who claims the 30-06 is ineffective has either not tried one, or is unwittingly commenting on their own marksmanship
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A wizard walks among us... his work always leaves me walking away just shaking my head.


"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy."
 
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We walk away shaking our heads because our eyes are crossed from trying to do any thing that even comes close to that level of work! Those mullered borders are perfect! It is hard to describe the magnitude of difficulty that this work entails.
 
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Thanks so much for the post/photos!
As a hobby checkering guy, I am blown away by his work. How is that quality possible?
Does anyone know what kind of checkering took he used? Brian
 
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Does anyone know what kind of checkering tool he used?

Brian, James Tucker posts his work on FB, perhaps you can get answers to your questions there, I don't recall what tools he uses.
 
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Thanks Jim, I contacted Mr Tucker and asked him. Hopefully I am not out of line for ask. Brian
 
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Mr tucker will be offering a class on checkering at Lassen college June 14-18 as part of the NRA Summer program. Learn from a master and a great guy


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Those mullered borders are just flat outstanding! Well done Mr. Tucker.


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Learn from a master and a great guy

What a great opportunity
 
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Mr. Tucker was very helpful. If I get a chance I will take one of his checkering courses.
I asked him what checkering tools he uses. I assumed he must have a secret weapon in order to do the awesome work ho does. He just uses the same tools that the rest of use.
 
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