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Bladesmith

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    Judge Parker’s Marshalls

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  • Location
    Near Fern, Arkansas
  • Interests
    CAS, making knives, hunting, shooting

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  1. Thank you for the complements. This was the first time I made the style in the second picture. The pattern in the third picture is one of my favorites.
  2. Started a new batch of knives. Here are some I just finished
  3. You might try one of those silicone wedding rings
  4. You cover the bottom of the lowest shelf in your safe with a Velcro cloth. The rods have Velcro on the top. You put the rod down into the barrel and place it where you want it and slide the rod up until the rod sticks to the bottom of the shelf and it holds the gun in place.
  5. Set your lowest shelf just a little higher than your longest rifle/shotgun. Then use ammo cans or something similar under shorter guns. This makes them more secure and optimizes storage. It will take trial and error but eventually you will get it right. Also if you have a .17 cal you will want to order a 17 rod.
  6. You will love them. They work great.
  7. I have 2 JM Marlins in 357. One is a 1894C and the other is a 1894CS. the 1894C has been slicked up by cowboy shooters supply and has a stainless steel spring and follower. The lever wrap and but cover I made from some leather I had laying around. I believe it is elk but might be deer. If I dated it right, it is a 1979 model without the safety. My wife used it to shoot 3 matches and has decided she likes my backup Uberti better. It has a few safe dings but overall it is in great shape. The 1884CS has a safety and was made in 1995. It also has a stainless steel spring and follower. The but cover is a Kirkpatrick. I think the leather wrap is too but don’t remember. It has not had any action work and has not shot any matches. It is also in excellent condition but does have a few safe dings. I am asking $925 for either of them plus whatever the actual shipping costs. I would prefer a face to face meeting in AR or OK if that is allowed.
  8. The handles on these are moose. No different than working with deer or elk.
  9. While visiting my brother I ran across some Remington 6 1/2 small rifle primers. Would they work for 38 cowboy loads and possibly 9mm/40 cal? Thanks
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