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Old 06-09-2010, 05:49 AM
bubbas55 bubbas55 is offline
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Default newbi to engraving but am a scrimshander

im new to the forum and just starting to learn about engraving. will start with push tools first to see if i can do this kind of work. i have been a scrimshander for about 25 years and am primarily interested in bulino. not knowing what im talking about but... seems to me that the lendsey tools are lighter and easier to control so look interesting.
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Old 06-09-2010, 06:06 AM
Roger B2 Roger B2 is offline
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Default Re: newbi to engraving but am a scrimshander

Hi Bubba,

Re networking - have sent you a Private Message

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