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    Great stuff Jaustin, nice dovetail work on the rifle/shotgun rack. I have never seen a pistol rack like that either. I noticed the router table to the right, did you make that? I have plans for one that looks like that. I got them from one of the woodworking magazines and I keep saying I am going to build it. Lately with the carvewright and the new planer I am running out of room so I might just build an add router table on to my table saw.

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    I also noticed that you all take way better pictures then I do. Guess I need to hire a photographer but in order to do that I need to sell more stuff!

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    Gregsolano thanks.
    I bought that off of ebay, when i first started woodworking. think I paid $300 shipped from canada.
    Here is another pic of it.

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    To all of these "real" craftsmen and women,
    I'm jealous, nice work, sorry I can't compete with these pieces.
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    Amazing stuff. It's people like you guys that keep giving me inspiration and hope.... : )
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    My 'bread & butter' is cabinets, although I do all kinds of other stuff. My main reason for CW purchase over 5 years ago was to have it drill my cabinet sides shelf pin holes for me. I can't even think of posting all the pictures I have, so this is what you get.
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    Oh my, you people are talented!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkunk View Post
    My 'bread & butter' is cabinets, although I do all kinds of other stuff. My main reason for CW purchase over 5 years ago was to have it drill my cabinet sides shelf pin holes for me. I can't even think of posting all the pictures I have, so this is what you get.
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    Beautiful cabinets Paul.

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    pkunk looks like people up in Taos and Questa got nice cabinets in their homes! I better stay away from cabinet making in New Mexico! Beautiful work.

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    Some beautiful craftsmanship there Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I've been at this for perhaps more years than I like to admit and the process of constantly moving over that time has whittled down what I've been able to retain or had the fore site to photograph before I gave it away to friends and family.


    Some pieces have stayed with me that are purely utilitarian.

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    My 13' long workbench made from old chestnut planks that had been a millwrights table in a long gone steel mill. Then an add-on extension for my 50's era Craftsman saw.

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    Fair winds,

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