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post #21 of 33 Old 02-03-2012, 02:48 PM
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Very cool I think the doors look great! Great job!
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Man, that looks good to me. Nothing wrong with the doors in my opinion. Good job!
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Very very nice, I live in Canada where you seldom see guns displayed anymore because of "liberal fearmongering social engineering control freaks" that criminalize law bidding citizens.

OOPS, sorry for the rant, I do believe guns need to be kept away from small children.

I really love the gun case and the guns. Beautiful project to be proud of for sure!

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Looks beautiful there Kevin outstanding craftmanship

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Love the gun case. Looks like something I would really enjoy building for my collection. Is that a Remington model 870 there in the middle? I got mine handed down from my dad. Anyway, beautiful work and the doors look great from the pictures. A switch done against the ceiling inside the case might be well hidden and a little easier than reaching up and over.
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The cabinet looks great, nicely done. For a light switch, you can pick up a remote switch that turns the lights on and off and dims. It's just a plug in little box, that you can place out of sight.

For a lock, you may want a traditional looking lock with an escutcheon, one that may look good with the hardware.








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Danggg....nice work
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Beautiful cabinet and nice guns.
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Heath the gun your taking about is actually a browning bps, the 2 cheaper looking shotguns on the left are 870s
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Heath the gun your taking about is actually a browning bps, the 2 cheaper looking shotguns on the left are 870s
Nice. I have a Belgian Browning A5... Love that gun but man are the tension rings hard to master!

And once again, great job on the cabinet!

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Very Nice Job.

I have only one negative comment. It appears you didn't make it large enough. You just finished it and you've almost out grown it's 10 gun capacity.
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Well i actually only own 5 of the guns lol The 2 870s are my dads and brothers and the marlin .22 is my brothers. and the pellet gun with the scope is not staying its not worthy.
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Sorry, I'm a little late to the party and all the shrimp and punch is gone. Kind of disappointed about that. But the gun cabinet came out beautifully. I like the walnut "ring" in the doors. Nice touch. Great job. You should be very proud.
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