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Milwaukee explains everything !
"There is a laser cad system that will engrave the checkering into a stock and when its done it looks like it was all hand cut."
Good Job How many hours will it take to do the average rifle stock ?
Of course, the checkering I do is hand cut:
Spacing only one line at a time, to keep those straight:
When hand cut...
I prefer the base of the ear but anywhere in this area will drop them.
That's a nice collection of revolvers.
My old beater '76 model with the ''200 Yr. Liberty'' mark on the barrel. Bianchi leather holster. It's 3rd from the top.
Many under estimate the .22 LR most who grew up on a farm butchering their own Hogs know a .22LR just below the ear will put down a hog...
Hogs should be shot in the neck, or the head (behind the ear) if using small caliber. They'll drop easily than when shot in the rib...
There is a laser cad system that will engrave the checkering into a stock and when its done it looks like it was all hand cut.