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    A couple with Cocobolo

    Made these today. The second one is a combination of parts from a previous order. Thanks for looking.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Sierra Cocobolo assembled with Blk ti - Platinum 7-13-2011.jpg   Wall Street II Cocobolo - Black Titanium with Platnum 7-13-2011 Large Web view.jpg  
    James

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    VERY nice, love that wood!

    What kit is that?
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    Great work, James. I like both of your pens. One of these days I need to get the bushings and try those kits.
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    Great pens out of some really nice wood.
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    Looking good from here James.

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    Beautiful! I love Cocobolo, but I have to wear all kinds of protection working with it. Have developed a real allergy to it.
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    That Sierra/Mesa is becoming my favorite kit...you did a great job with it James!
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    Very nice! I love all the dalbergia's but this is one of my fave's. Im sure the pix are not revealing all the color there.... or my monitor is, um, in need of adustment!
    Thanks for posting,
    mj

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    Thanks.
    MJ, The projects do look better than the pictures do. My picture taking needs much improvement so your monitor is probably ok. Most pictures lately have been with my phone. I do have a Nikon D70 but I need to learn how to use it effectively.
    James

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