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    Rabbits, Rabbits

    Customer wanted the rabbit from an old Western Winchester poster on some Antique Brass Bolt Actions.
    Applied Testors Waterslide Decal and finished with 10 coats of Thin CA using my Dipping Method.

    Les





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    Nice!!

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    Lookin great Less.

    But I just gotta say he has lots of wabbits so does this means he has run out of buwetts?
    Last edited by Bart Leetch; 05-24-2016 at 03:23 PM.
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    Those are really nice. I like bunny wabbits. If you need more I gots plenty of them thar things!

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    Great pen, Les.
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    Neat. Maybe some day I'll try that process.
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    Those are very nice. Originally thought they were a laser kit from somewhere. Do you spray between coats or allow to dry?
    Jon

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