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A lot of members have asked me how I make my Rifle Cartridge Bullet Pens so I finally finished this tutorial I have been working on over the past year and thought I would post for the benefit of the members on this forum.
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Very interesting. Thanks Les.
Thanks very much Les. I have been wondering how do make them and now I can.
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Thanks for that Les
Thanks Less This is a great tutorial with very clear pictures. I will use this often.
Good tutorial Les. Have fixed a couple of things in my process now
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Great tutorial thanks Les
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Hopefully DJ will make this tutorial a Sticky.
I´m new here on the wwf, I have now time to study your tutorial at the moment, but can i down load it, I don´t know if is legal here on the wwf, if so, nice work any way.
Nice one Les, very well described and inspiring too. Really going to have to give this a try.
hi im not usually here on the pen side but this is very interesting, i have seen this done once before but this is the most compete. i have some knowledge of metal lathes and metal machining so it was very interesting to see this all done on a wood lathe. oh one thing you can use wood chisels to shape brass or copper but for tool care get a cheap wood working one not for wood turning and use it like a scraper, not sure about using a good skew chisel . very cool idea and very profitable thanks for sharing
Thank you Les for taking the time to document and photograph your tutorial on cartridge or bullet pens, it is much appreciated. Amos
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Great tutorial, Les. I have looked over some other before, but was never 100 % sure I understand it correctly. This one I do. Thanks for taking the time to make this. George
Thank you for this great tutorial. Made is very understandable and the pictures made everything very clear. I have only done one and now I will be more likely to tackle more.
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