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Old 06-20-2014, 07:52 PM
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Alright Mr Mike!!!!! Sounds like you're on a roll buddy! After all your trials and tribulations all I can say is...........AWESOME!!!! CONGRATS!!!

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George, I appreciate your support and kind thoughts. However, I am not too sure the trials and tribulations will ever be over.......but I don't ever let go of the rope!

Honestly it stinks having to have someone else carve my stuff for me but I would rather do that and be able to take care of customers than have to quit. I hope to have the new cnc in my shop by summer's end and am working hard at making that happen. I do have permission to go to the gentleman's factory that owns the machine and run product when I can get enough stuff together to make it worth my while to make the trip, motels, eats, tooling etc. That will come a little later but for now I just want to produce a few to get going!

Thanks again for your kind words.

Pm coming your way!

Mike
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What ever happened with this stock production? Did Mike ever get to the point where he was making them himself?

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He made this one.
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Very nice but not very informative. So what happened?
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Paint booth paint would have been easier.
It's white and peel-able.
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Here's my Turmite fingergroove with an ebony grip cap and buttplate, and 20 line per inch checkering cut to match the original factory patterns.









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Old 03-20-2017, 03:42 PM
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WOW!!
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That is one beautiful stock!!!
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So, here's some pics of a Mike Turner Fingergroove in Spalted Sycamore.

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