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jchtrh

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jchtrh last won the day on March 20 2018

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About jchtrh

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    Anchorage, Alaska
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    Alaska

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    Hunting, target shooting, fishing, traveling...normal guy stuff

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  1. Very cool, I have just acquired a Little Machine Shop Milling Machine myself. congratulations, that looks very nice.
  2. jchtrh

    Hey jchtrh

    I appreciate the birthday wishes you guys, hope all of you are well!
  3. The trick is to do it right after a shower, when the moisture is the most in the hair. Apply shaving oil and then use a good shaving cream, find one that is made for sensitive skin. After that, use a sharp razor, I prefer a safety razor with a good sharp blade. Do not shave against the growth of hair, this will cause more pain and bumps. Take you time and apply more cream if needed. One done, use a good moisturizing after shave. Hope this helps and if someone has already made this recommendation, sorry for the extra info.
  4. I carry a P365 and I highly recommend them. Great gun, I actually shoot better with it than my G19 and I’m good with my G19.
  5. John, I appreciate it and I apologize for not getting back with you. I have been extremely busy and promise to catch up.
  6. I built my own 2x72 belt grinder, it has a VFD and a 2HP motor, it can hog metal quick. I dry the antler and seal with penetrating epoxy.
  7. I can’t even imagine dealing with that, however, I can understand being grateful for even having an opportunity to still get the ammo.
  8. They do have a secondary grind, I did that for strength and if they were to be used as a scraper, the Scandinavian cut may pierce a hide too easily. i do make some kydex sheaths upon request, but most have stands or recommend storing on a magnetic knife holder. i appreciate your comments.
  9. You have an pictures? Ivory can be tricky to work, even the petrified stuff. They can make for some beautiful grips, knife or 1911. let me know if you want to work something out. James
  10. Reported that is was purchased legally in Nevada,
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