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  1. Nice work! FYI: The link in post #3 (2 page drawing) appears to be broken. Richard
  2. Nicely Done! I noticed in some of your other projects you mention finishing with an acrylic case. Can you tell us your source? Richard
  3. Interesting project. Staudt's plans show 2 cannon sizes. Are you turning both, or only the longer version? I like the choice of wood. Nice work! Richard
  4. Thanks for sharing! I wonder if there is a chance to purchase cannons for those of us without a lathe? Richard
  5. That would correspond to 14AWG wire size. But, as you said, the toothpicks work easily! Thanks for the feedback. Richard
  6. I was going to use appropriate size black annealed wire. But your treenails would work too. Thanks, Richard
  7. Dave, I agree with Svein on the simulated treenails. For those of us treenailing, what is the size of the treenail? Richard
  8. I must thank you for inspiring me to continue with my build which I had just started when I stumbled across your log. Richard

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