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I made these in 2007...14 yrs ago..First one has a Lexan beam with a roll pin sharpened to a cutting edge..The MKII has a brass beam and is a combination square and a dovetail template...The cutter is sharpened for use as a single beader or can be turned ninety degrees and used to mark a line. I remember making some out of brass and sold the "kits" in the S&S to a few woodnetters. Big Grin Time sure flies!!!!!!!!!!! Crazy

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  Mark I and Mark II Timberwolf I made these in 2007...
I was expecting a thread about Rugers.
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  Mark I and Mark II Timberwolf I made these in 2007...
"I was expecting a thread about Rugers."
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Same here!
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  Mark I and Mark II Timberwolf I made these in 2007...
I have onem similar to the MK II, that I got from you. Love it.
Thanks,  Curt
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  RE: Mark I and Mark II cputnam I have onem similar ...
(06-07-2021, 02:07 AM)cputnam Wrote: I have onem similar to the MK II, that I got from you.  Love it.
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Good to know, Curt...I think there's six or seven of them out there..they do fit well in the hand... Big Grin
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  Mark I and Mark II Timberwolf I made these in 2007...
(06-06-2021, 12:12 PM)Timberwolf Wrote: I made these in 2007...14 yrs ago..First one has a Lexan beam with a roll pin sharpened to a cutting edge..The MKII has a brass beam and is a combination square and a dovetail template...The cutter is sharpened for use as a single beader or can be turned ninety degrees and used to mark a line. I remember making some out of brass and sold the "kits" in the S&S to a few woodnetters. Big Grin  Time sure flies!!!!!!!!!!! Crazy

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A beautiful and ingenious device.
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