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About Javlin

  • Birthday 01/05/1961

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    Biloxi ,MS
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    Model A/C WWII,Model ships,Wood and Gun collecting

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  1. That was going to my suggestion use it alot in wing roots when they pop up trim/sand.
  2. That is a very Nice Build you got going Dick!You do very precise/clean and a well thought out piece of art/work Kevin
  3. Bookmarked I have a fella stateside makes his own inlays but not as elaborate as some of those Kevin and I see they are in PA
  4. Cool,I do alittle wood work on the side didn't know if you needed some help Kevin
  5. Well guys this my other pass time and it takes up a lot woodworking furniture.This huntboard is my first real crack at furniture per-say though I did build a pretty nice computer station for the son some years back as a Christmas gift.The Huntboard is sapele/cherry(3 sides),sapele/birch w/maple outlining the panels,ribbon sapele top with w.cedar for the floor inside.I have about 80-100 hrs in this piece all mortise/tenon 50/50 hand/machine.
  6. Semore came out fantastic Build Sir and Finish!! What are you doing for a case? Kevin
  7. She's a beauty alright.I love the colors of this ship when any of you guys build her,she will be a stunner when finished Sir Kevin
  8. If you are concerned about it Smore the very bottom of the pontoons would be the same color as the bottom of the plane and it shows in the pic look at the forward part of the back pontoon and the piece jutting out the bottom of the front pontoon at the rear.Camo.
  9. work continues today with airbrushing sky grey for the last time... im a little sad. hey proud you should for finishing the job with dedication both to the build itself and working to make it as authentic as possible for that I give you an A

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