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&& Refinish & Checkering Eye Candy &&

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dennis DeVault, Feb 23, 2012.

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  1. Dennis DeVault

    Dennis DeVault Active Member

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    Featured below is a Perazzi that was sent in for a complete refinish and checkering pattern. The stock and forend were loaded with filler paste and two totally different colors when we received them. Mike stripped the wood removed all the stasin and filler and went to work on the refinish. Cindy was asked to design a checkering pattern which she did and e-mailed the design off to the customer for approval and the photos below are the finished products. I hope that the customer likes his new wood and my compliments to The Crew for another job well done. As always thank you for taking a look and the feedback on the work.

    Dennis DeVault & The Crew


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  2. letts

    letts TS Member

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    Refinish? To nice for words. Would make me proud.

    Letts
  3. DTrykow

    DTrykow Active Member

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    I love Cindy's checkering. Very very talented and the patience of a Saint.
    Dave T.
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    Amazing what you can do after the crud is gone. Nice work.
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    Dennis, what does a job like that cost.?
    Doug
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    My ST-100 needed to visit you someday, Dennis....
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    Nice work.
  8. Mike

    Mike Member

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    How long did that job take? Mik
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