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    More Cigars

    Sorry these aren't of the Cuban variety...
    First one is a Fruitless Mulberry from my BIL's backyard. 4 coats of CA. #2 is Birdseye maple from blank swap #1. Same finish but it looked better with a little gloss to it. Not a big fan of shiny wood, but this one is kinda cute.

    All suggestions or comments used as often as possible.

    Cheers!!
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    Nicely done Jim!
    Fit and finish look excellent.

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    They both look top-notch to me, Jim. Everything looks just right from here.
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    Like the contrast of the darker metal with the lighter wood. Very nice...
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